17 July 2017

Ghanaian players abroad wrap up: What a week for Samuel Mensah as Jordan Ayew gets off flying start in preseason

Samuel Mensah celebrates his strike against Djurgarden

J. Ayew

GHANAsoccernet.com brings you comprehensive wrap of how Ghanaian players performed for the respective clubs across the globe over the weekend.


Jordan Ayew was on target for Swansea City in their 2-2 draw with MLS side Philadelphia Union.


Midfielder Divine Naah was a second half substitute for Orebro in their 4-2 win over Goteborg.

Samuel ‘Mensiro’ Mensah followed up with his impressive outing for Ostersunds in the Champions League qualifying round against Galatasaray in midweek with a goal on Sunday against Djurgarden.

Kingsley Sarfo scored on his debut for Malmo FF in their 3-3 stalemate with Sirius IF

Midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong did not make the match squad for AFC Eskilstuna in their 2-1 win over Kalmar.


Danish-born Ghanaian midfielder Kevin Niclas Mensah came from the bench to score for Brondby in their 4-0 walloping of Midtjlland.

Midfielder Joseph Mensah scored the winning goal for AC Horsens in their 2-1 win over Aarhus.


Ghanaian striker Ibrahim Arafat Mensah played 72 minutes for Aluminij in their 1-0 loss at Maribor.


Ghanaian duo Anthony Annan and Evans Mensah played full throttle for HJK Helsinki in their 1-1 stalemate at Ilves, who also had Ghanaian midfielder Reuben Ayarna playing 90 minutes.

David Addy again missed RoPS 1-1 draw at Lahti due to injury.


Patrick Kpozo failed to make the match day squad for Tromso in their 3-0defeat at Sandefjord

Midfielder Edwin Gyasi played 90 minutes for Aalesunds as they were beaten 2-0 at Haugesund.

Gilbert Koomson played full throttle for Sogndal as they were thump 3-0 at home to Rosenborg.


Midfielder Aziz Tetteh continued his fine start to the season for Lech Poznan by playing out another 90 minutes against Sandecja Nowy S.


Michael Essien played 70 minutes for Persib Bandung in their 2-1 away defeat to Mitra Kukar


Midfielder Emmanuel Boateng was a second half substitute for LA Galaxy in their 5-2 walloping to Manchester United in a pre-season friendly game.

With the MLS on break due to US participation in the ongoing Gold Cup, some NASL outstanding games being cleared. Micheal Kafari was a second half substitute for Puerto Rico in their 2-1 defeat at North Carolina.

Striker Kwadwo Poku scored a goal for Miami FC in their 3-1 win at San Francisco Delta.


Ghanaian trio Yaw Frimpong, Daniel Nii Adjei and Solomon Asante played a part in TP Mazembe 3-0 win at Muungano

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