Abdul Majeed Waris, Mubarak Wakaso and Nana Akwesi Asare were the only Ghanaian players who scored in Europe this weekend.
Here is a comprehensive wrap of how Ghanaian players fared abroad.
Defender Isaac Vorsah was left out of the TSG Hoffenheim side that suffered a 4-0 loss at lower-tier side Berliner AK 07 in the Pokal Cup.
German-born Ghanaian attacker Karim Bellarabi scored the second for Bayer Leverkusen in their 4-0 triumph over Carl Zeiss Jena on Saturday.
Christopher Avevor was a second half substitute for St Pauli who posted a 3-0 win over Offenburg.
Black Stars midfielder Anthony Annan was an unused substitute for Schalke 04 who demolished FC Saarbrücken 5-0.
Defender Marcel Appiah came off the bench to play 28 minutes for Arminia Bielefeld who won 3-0 against SC Paderborn 07.
Former AshGold striker Eric Agyemang warmed the bench for Bielefeld.
Striker Kwame Nsor failed to make the FC Kaiserslautern first team squad which beat Hansa Rostock 3-1.
Left-back Baba Abdul Rahman was sent off in the 88th minute as his Greuther Furth side suffered a 2-0 defeat at Kickers Offenbach in the German Cup.
In the Regionalliga, midfielder Kwame Kusi levelled the scoring for VfR Neumunster who beat Goslarer SC 08 2-1.
Genoa loanee Masahudu Alhassan played 63 minutes for Novara who lost 2-0 at Fiorentina.
There was no first team place for young full-back Nii Nortey Ashong in the Fiorentina team.
Isaac Cofie was an unused substitute for Chievo Verona who trounced Ascoli 4-0 in the Coppa Italia.
Parma loanee Bright Addae was booked on 63 minutes and substituted five minutes from time as his Crotone side lost 3-2 at Cesena in Coppa Italia.
Maxwell Boadu Acosty and Daniel Kofi Agyei helped Juve Stabia to defeat Serie A side Sampdoria 4-3 on penalties after drawing 1-1 in regulation time.
Acosty lasted the entire duration of the match while Kofi Agyei came off the bench after 85 minutes.
Yussif Raman Chibsah was not involved in action for Sassuolo as they lost 1-0 at Catania.
Amidu Salifu also failed to make the Catania first team squad.
Michael Essien continued to warm the Chelsea bench as they recorded a 2-0 win at Wigan in their opening Premier League match on Sunday.
In the Championship, German-born forward Jeffrey Schlupp watched from the bench as his Leicester City side won 2-0 against Peterborough United.
Prince Buaben Abankwah was left out of the Watford squad which won 3-2 at Crystal Palace.
English-born Kwesi Appiah sat on the Palace bench.
Striker Albert Adomah lasted the entire minutes for Bristol City who lost 1-0 at Nottingham Forest.
Jerry Vandam was excluded from the Lille 18-man squad which drew 1-1 with Nancy.
Midfielder Rabiu Mohammed lasted the entire match for Evian TG who lost narrowly at Brest in a 1-0 contest.
Defender Jonathan Mensah is yet to recover from his injury.
Defender John Boye played in central defence for Stade Rennes who suffered their second straight defeat at Bordeaux.
There was no place in the Rennes team for Kamal Issah Mohammed.
Olympique Marseille made it two wins out of two after posting a 2-0 win over Sochaux.
Winger Andre Ayew was replaced on the brink of full time while his younger brother Jordan Ayew was introduced on 83 minutes.
Ishmael Yartey came off the bench on the 63rd minute mark for Sochaux.
In the Ligue 2, Haminu Dramani was a 93rd minute substitute for Arles Avignon who defeated Angers 2-0 at the Parc des Sports.
Dennis Appiah was left out of the Monaco side that won 2-0 at Guingamp.