There were goals from Jordan Ayew, Kwadwo Asamoah, Razak Nuhu and Kwame Amponsah-Karikari in the Europe this weekend.
Here is a summary of how Ghanaian players abroad fared.
Ghana star midfielder Michael Essien was an unused substitute for Real Madrid who suffered their second defeat of the season losing 1-0 at Sevilla.
Winger Wakaso Mubarak set up the third goal and lasted 81 minutes for Espanyol who shared the spoils with Athletic Club in a 3-3 draw.
Anthony Annan lost his place in the Osasuna starting lineup and was on the bench in their 1-1 draw with with Real Mallorca.
In the Npower Championship, winger Albert Adomah scored what could become the fastest goal of the season after opening the scoring under 43 seconds in Bristol City’s 5-3 loss against Blackburn Rovers.
He also set up the City’s second goal.
In the third-tier league, Patrick Agyemang lasted 64 minutes for Stevenage in their 2-2 draw with Crewe Alexandria.
Abdul Osman was booked on the 74th minute mark for Crewe.
In Bundesliga II, striker Kwame Nsor came off the bench in the 81st to set up the match winner for Kaiserslautern in their 2-1 victory over MSV Duisburg.
Black Stars center-back Jonathan Mensah played his first game in eight months for Evian TG who thrashed Bastia 3-0.
Compatriot Rabiu Mohammed was serving a one-match ban.
Winger Ishmael Yartey came off the bench in the 70th minute to inspire Sochaux to their first victory of the campaign beating Saint Etienne 1-0.
Jerry Vandam once again failed to make the Lille first team squad in their pulsating 1-1 drawn game against Troyes.
Defender John Boye was a component of the Rennes defence as they lost 2-1 at home to nine-man Lorient.
Andre Ayew set up Jordan Ayew for Marseille’s 1-0 win over Nancy. The brothers started the game.
Kwadwo Asamoah continued his impressive start at Juventus by coming off the bench to score the third and inspire the Bianconeri to a 3-1 victory at Genoa.
Amidu Salifu warmed the Catania bench in their 2-0 loss at Fiorentina.
Afriyie Acquah was introduced in the 64th minute by Parma who lost 3-1 at Napoli.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu sat out of Udinese’ 2-2 stalemate at Siena with a shoulder injury.
Kevin-Prince Boateng could not help his AC Milan side avoid a shock 1-0 home loss to Atalanta.
Young midfielder Joseph Alfred Duncan watched Inter Milan’s 2-0 away victory over Torino from the bench.
In the Serie B, on loan Parma defender Bright Addae sat on the Crotone bench in their 1-0 loss at Grosseto.
Novara and Juve Stabia played out a thrilling 1-1 draw at the Stadio Comunale Silvio.
Daniel Kofi Agyei played 86 minutes for Stabia while Masahudu Alhassan was booked on the 44th minute mark for Novara. Maxwell Boadu Acosty missed the tie due to injury.
Juventus loanee Richmond Boakye-Yiadom and Yussif Raman Chibsah were both second half substitutes for Sassuolo who maintained their unbeaten run in the campaign with a 2-1 win over Pro Vercelli.
Dutch-born Ghanaian Kevin Tano watched from the bench as his side ADO Den Haag defeated Heerenveen 3-1.
Fred Benson was brought on in the 76th minute for PEC Zwolle who suffered a 2-0 defeat at Feyenoord.
Kwame Quansah played a defensive midfield role for Heracles Almelo who defeated NAC Breda 2-1.
Nana Akwasi Asare missed FC Utrecht’s 1-0 home victory over PSV Eindhoven due to a hamstring injury.
Center-back Jerry Akaminko lasted the entire duration of the game for Eski?ehirspor who won 4-2 against Gençlerbirli?i.
Midfielder Abraham Kudemor returned from suspension to play 20 minutes in Sporting Charleroi’s 3-2 victory over Mons.
Defender Daniel Opare warmed the Standard Liege bench in their 3-2 reverse at Germinal Beerschot.
Bernard Yao Kumordzi was an unused substitute for Racing Genk who were held to a 1-1 draw by Waasland-Beveren.
Rahim Ayew failed to make the first team squad of Lierse SK in their 1-1 draw with giants Anderlecht.
But winger Cofie Bekoe played the last eight minutes for Lierse.
Midfielder Abdul Yakeen Iddi came off the bench to provide the assist for KV Mechelen in their 2-0 victory at Gent.
In the second-tier league, AS Eupen and Vise shared the spoils in a 2-2 drawn game.
18-year-old Samuel Asamoah saw full time action for Eupen while Gideon Boateng lasted the full match for Vise.
Youngster David Accam scored the opener and lasted 76 minutes for Helsingborg IF in their 4-0 drubbing of GIF Sundsvall. Ghanaian-born Swedish U21 defender Joseph Baffo played the entire game for Helsingborg.
Striker Kwame Amponsah-Karikari continued his impressive scoring run by netting the opener and setting up the third for AIK Stockholm who thrashed Djurgården 3-0.
Former New Edubiase United captain Ibrahim Moro sat on the AIK bench same as Yussif Chibsah for Djurgården. Swedish-born Ghanaian Robin Quaison also warmed the AIK bench.
Veteran striker Godwin Attram lasted the entire match and was booked on the 75th minute mark for Al Hajer who lost 1-0 at Al Nasr.
Former Asante Kotoko striker Nathaniel Asamoah was a second half substitute for Red Star Belgrade who beat Radni?ki 1923 3-0.
There was neither Samuel Inkoom nor Derek Boateng in the Dnipro FC team that won 1-0 over Chornomorets.
Former Black Satellites defender Daniel Addo failed to make the Zorya FC first team squad when they lost 3-0 to Shakhtar Donetsk on Sunday.
Striker Dominic Adiyiah was replaced after 42 minutes for nine-man Arsenal Kiev in their humiliating 5-0 defeat at Metalurh Donetsk.