Ghanasoccernet.com selects the best Ghanaian players abroad over the weekend.
There is a place in the starting eleven for former Ghana youth striker Sadat Bukari while Dominic Adiyiah and Razak Nuhu also return to the team.
Formation – 3-5-2
Adam Kwarasey – Stromsgodset
The Ghana first goalkeeper was in action for Stromsgodset as they defeated Haugesund 3-2 to keep themselves in the title hunt. He made a couple of pinpoint saves to help side finish the game with the points secured.
Razak Nuhu – Stromsgodset
For the 86 minutes he lasted on the pitch for Stromsgodset, he played a pivotal role making surging runs from the left-back.
Jerry Akaminko – Eski?ehirspor
Akaminko is gradually becoming a terror to defenders in the Turkish Super Lig. He was commanding in defence as he defied the Elaz??spor attack, limiting their chance upfront. Eski?ehirspor have the Ghana center-back to thank for runnin away with a point from the game.
David Addy – Vitória Guimarães
Aside his defensive duties, the 2009 Fifa U-20 World Cup gold medalist, made useful contributions to Vitória Guimarães’ 2-1 victory over Vitória Setúbal. His well-struck left-footed effort in the 55th minute was a great spectacle for the home fans.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu – Udinese
After coming off the bench before the start of the second half, Badu brought change to the middle. He gagged the space in the middle and occasionally bombed forward to pile more pressure on the Roma defence.
Kwadwo Asamoah – Juventus
Asamoah played full throttle for the ‘Old Ladies’ as they continued their impressive run in the Serie A by beating Catania 1-0 at their own backyard.
Nasiru Mohammed – BK Hacken
The whizkid highlighted his impressive form that earned him the four-year-deal at the Rambergsvallen on Saturday. Though Hacken lost the tie on home grounds, the former Ghana U17 captain lasted the entire match and set up Dioh William’s opener.
Nana Asare – FC Utrecht
The Utrecht captain scored with a first time volley in the 57th minute and claim the points for his side in a slim 1-0 win over FC Groningen.
Michael Essien – Real Madrid
Le Bison continued his rediscovery under Jose Mourinho, playing at left-back as they dismantled Real Mallorca 5-0 to move to fourth on the La Liga table.
Sadat Bukari – Astra Giurgiu
The former Ghana youth striker came off the bench to score the winner for Astra Giurgiu to help them defeat visiting CSMS Ia?i 1-0. Sadat’s strike took his side to third place on the table.
Dominic Adiyiah – Arsenal Kiev
There is some good vibes around Adiyiah’s scoring form. After replacing Aleksandre Kobakhidze in the 68th minute, the former Ghana U20 striker scored the game’s opening goal in the 81st minute.
Patrik Nyarko – Chicago Fire
Christian Atsu – FC Porto
John Pantsil – Hapoel Tel Aviv
John Boye – Stade Rennes
Yussif Raman Chibsah – Sassuolo