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Ghanaians Abroad weekend roundup
As the Word Cup qualifying play-off between Egypt and Ghana gets closer and closer, KingFut.com has an eye on the performances of some Ghanaians outside Africa.
Kevin Prince Boateng, Asamoah Gyan and Andre Ayew were all on the score sheets for their respective clubs in their respective leagues.
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Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan scored twice but his goals were not enough to salvage a win for Al Ain as fellow compatriot Emmanuel Clottey came off the bench to score a fantastic hat trick as Al Dhafra beat Al Ain 4-3.
Veteran midfielder Michael Essien after playing the full time in midweek win at Swindon Town was an unused substitute for Chelsea when they drew 1-1 with Tottenham.
Derek Boateng once again didn’t make the squad for Fulham when the Cottagers lost 1-2 to Cardiff City.
Emmanuel Frimpong also didn’t make the squad for Arsenal when they won 3-1 away against Swansea City.
In the Championship, pacy winger Albert Adoma played the full duration of the game when Middlesbrough lost 0-2 to Queens Park Rangers.
Jonathan Mensah started but lasted 45 minutes when he got injured (out for six weeks), his side Evian TG drew 1-1 with Bordeaux.
Jordan Ayew was substituted on the 57th minute but his senior brother Andre Ayew lasted the entire duration of the game and scored 91st minute goal as Marseille won 2-0 against Lorient.
Kevin Prince Boateng opened the scoring in the third minute and was later booked in the 79th minute as Schalke drew 3-3 with Hoffenheim.
Richmond Boakye Yiadom who scored a goal against Real Madrid last week, came in on the 75th minute as Elche won 1-0 away at Celta Vigo.
Mubarak Wakaso was substituted in the 63rd minute by Eremenko as Rubin Kazan were defeated by a lone goal against Krasandor.
Joseph Alfred Duncan was brought on in the 59th minute to replace Emerson as Livorno lost 1-2 to Hellas Verona.
Sulley Muntari lasted 47th minutes as he was replaced by Emmanuelsen as AC Milan recorded a 1-0 win over Sampdoria.
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu was substituted with a yellow card on the 55th minute as Udinese lost 0-2 to Atalanta.
Kwadwo Asamoah was replaced on the 74th minute and went out with a booking as Juventus beat Torino 1-0.
Isaac Cofie was on the bench but was not used in a game that Genoa lost to Napoli 0-2.
Frank Acheampong was substituted in the 86th minute in Anderlecht 2-0 win over Lierse.
Daniel Opare saw the entire duration of the match as Standard Liege whipped Cercle Brugge 5-0, he was booked in the 52nd minute.
Nana Akwasi Asare played full 90 minutes as his side Gent were pegged to a 1-1 draw by OH Leuven.
Bernard Kumordzi joined the game at half time as Genk defeated Mechelen 1-0.
Enoch Kofi Adu saw only 5 minutes in the match which Club Brugge beat Mons 1-0.
Samuel Afum was an unused substitute in Young Boys 0-1 lost to FC Zurich.
From the bench, Ebenezer Assifuah scored in the 87th minute to deny FC Basel a win as FC Sion drew 2-2.
Kwame Quansah was substituted by Giomman at half time, Heracles defeated Waal-Wijk 4-1
Christian Atsu was an unused substitute as Vitesse Arnhem beat NEC Nijmegen 3-2.
Shadrack Eghan grabbed a brace in his 60 minutes play in the match as FC Twente thrashed Gronning 5-0.
Jeffrey Sarpong was substituted in additional time as NAC Breda drew 0-0 with PEC Zwolle.