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Ghanaian Players Abroad: Solomon Asante, in-form Ansumah Ankrah and Emmanuel Gyasi on target

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PHOENIX, ARIZONA - MARCH 07: Solomon Asante #20 of Phoenix Rising FC moves the ball past Jose Carlos Anguiano #66 of Portland Timbers 2 at Casino Arizona Field on March 07, 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Joe Hicks/Getty Images)

Solomon Asante scored twice for Phoenix Rising Stars, while in-form Ansumah Abubakar Ankrah netted his fourth goal in two games for his Swiss club. Emmanuel Gyasi was also on target for Spezia in the Italian Serie B.

Edmund Okai Gyimah brings to you a wrap-up of performance of Ghanaian players abroad last weekend.

Striker Jordan Ayew lasted for 65 minutes for Crystal Palace who lost 0-2 to his former club Aston Villa.
In the Championship, Andre Ayew played for 90 minutes for Swansea who lost 0-1 to Premiership-bound Leeds United at the Liberty Stadium.


Moses Odjer replaced Anthony Taugourdeau in the 61st minute as Trapani went away to hold Chievo to a 1-1 draw.

Holding midfielder Abdul Basit played the final four minutes for next season Serie A campaigners Benevento who drew 1-1 with Venezia.

Emmanuel Gyasi netted the second goal with a good display for Zpezia as they walloped Cosenza 5-1.

Central defender Joseph Aidoo was at the heart of defence for Celta Vigo who lost 1-2 away to Osasuna in the La Liga.

MADRID, SPAIN – JULY 11: (BILD ZEITUNG OUT) Sidnei Da Silva of Real Betis Balompie and Thomas Teye Partey of Atletico de Madrid battle for the ball during the Liga match between Club Atletico de Madrid and Real Betis Balompie at Wanda Metropolitano on July 11, 2020 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Alejandro Rios/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

 Thomas Partey was at his usual best in midfield for Atletico Madrid who beat Real Betis 1-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano.

In the La Liga 2, Mujaid Sadick Aliu played for 56 minutes in central defence for Deportivo La Coruna who lost 2-3 to lowly ranked Extremadura. Black Satellites midfielder Abdulai Sabit played for 85 minutes for the winners.]

Dennis Eckert Ayensa, a player of Ghanaian, German and Spanish heritage, played for 90 minutes for FC Ingolstadt 04 who thrashed Nurnberg 3-1 in a qualification clash for the Bundesliga.

In the Swiss Superleague, Lawrence Ati Zigi was in post for St. Gallen, while Grejohn Kyei was in action for 82 minutes for the Servette team which played out a 1-1 game at Stade Geneva.

Ansuma Abubakar Ankrah was on target for Kriens SC

In the Swiss second tier, in form Ansuma Abubakar Ankrah netted the second goal for Kriens SC as they went away to beat FC Chiasso 4-2.

Isaac Atanga made way for compatriot Francis Abu in the 62nd minute while Ibrahim Sadiq and Maxwell Woledzi came in the second half as their side Nordsjaelland drew goalless with AaB at Farum.

Mercurial Solomon Asante netted a brace for Phoenix Rising Stars as they walloped LA Galaxy II 4-0.

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