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Performance wrap of Ghanaian players abroad over the weekend


With a closure to the transfer window and the uncertainties around the future of some of Ghana’s best football talents being finalised, the weekend presented another opportunity to assess their performance.

Kamaldeen Sulemana, Antoine Semenyo and Andre Ayew all made their Premier League debut after securing transfers during the January transfer window.

Sulemana was a second-half substitute in Southampton’s loss to Brentford award from home while Ayew also came off the bench for a brief cameo as Nottingham Forest beat Leeds United.

Semenyo played the entire duration of his debut for Bournemouth as they suffered a narrow loss to Brighton & Hove Albion.

Jeffery Schlupp was on target for Crystal Palace over the weekend as they suffered a 1-2 loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Joseph Paintsil’s top form continued over the weekend as he bagged his 10th goal of the season in the Belgium Jupiler Pro League.

No one in Genk’s current squad has scored more goals than the Ghanaian in the league this season.

Mohammed Kudus sparkled once again for Ajax in their weekend win over Cambuur in the Eredivisie. The Ghanaian provided an assist as his side won back-to-back games for the first since October.

Samuel Obeng scored an overhead kick on his debut for Huesca who beat Mirandes in the Spanish second tier. He joined the club on loan from Real Oviedo during the January transfer window.

Christopher Antwi-Adjei grabbed a hattrick of assist for Bochum in their emphatic win over Hoffeinhim, becoming the first player in the Bundesliga to reach that feat this season.

Joseph Aidoo proved pivotal in getting Celta Vigo up high on the LaLiga as he scored the fourth in their win over Real Betis.

Lawrence Ati-Zigi kept a clean sheet and saved a penalty as St. Gallen earned a 3-0 win over Servette at home.

Christian Atsu scored the winning goal for Hatayspor in their fixture against Kasimpasa in the Turkish Super Lig.

Gideon Mensah, Alexander Djiku and Abdul Salis Samed played crucial roles in their teams picking up vital points in the French Ligue 1.

Kwame Peprah scored on his maiden appearance for Maritzburg United as they played out a 1-1 stalemate with AmaZulu FC.

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