Ghanaian players abroad October 19-21
Asamoah Gyan celebrating his two goals for Al Ain
Here a summary report on how Ghanaian players fared abroad this weekend.
Midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong failed to make the first team cut for Arsenal who lost 1-0 at Norwich City.
In the Npower Championship, winger Albert Adomah played the full 90 minutes for Bristol City who lost 3-2 at Bolton Wanderers.
Striker Jeffrey Schulpp watched from the bench as his Leicester City side held ten-man Birmingham City to a 1-1 draw.
England-born Andrew Yiadom scored the third goal for Barnet in their 4-0 drubbing of Northampton in the League Two on Friday.
Kwadwo Asamoah recovered in time from his injury to play 78 minutes in Juventus' 2-0 win over Napoli.
Kevin-Prince Boateng played 45 minutes for AC Milan in their 3-2 loss at Lazio.
Midfielder Isaac Cofie watched from the Chievo Verona bench as they drew 1-1 with Fiorentina.
Inter recorded their fifth straight win of the season after beating Catania 2-0.
Midfielders Joseph Duncan and Amidu Salifu watched from the Inter and Catania benches respectively.
Palermo loanee Afriyie Acquah was a bench warmer for Parma who defeated Sampdoria 2-1.
In the Serie B, Ahmed Barusso was booked in the 64th minute when his Novara side lost 2-1 at Crotone.
Bright Addae came off the Crotone bench to play 13 minutes.
Maxwell Acosty set up two goals for Juve Stabia in 4-2 win over Ascoli. Compatriot Daniel Kofi Agyei missed the game due to suspension.
Yaw Asante failed to make the Grosseto first team squad as they drew 0-0 at Modena.
Both Yussif Raman Chibsah and Richmond Boakye-Yiadom played full time for Sassuolo in their 1-0 reverse at Cittadella.
AC Milan loanee Edmund Etse Hottor was an unused substitute for Virtus Lanciano who lost 3-0 to Empoli.
In the Bundesliga II, former Ghana U20 striker Kwame Nsor was introduced in added time for Kaiserslautern who won 3-1 over Sandhausen.
Espanyol recorded their first win of the season after beating Rayo Vallencano 3-2.
Ghana midfielder Wakaso Mubarak played 70 minutes for Espanyol.
Anthony Annan lasted the entire game for Osasuna who drew 0-0 with Real Betis.
Winger Ishmael Yartey set up the equaliser for Sochaux who drew 1-1 at Nancy.
Ghana pair of Jonathan Mensah and Rabiu Mohammed were in action for Evian TG as they lost 4-0 at Toulouse.
Defender John Boye was suspended for Stade Rennes when they beat champions Montpellier 2-1.
Olympique Marseille suffered their second defeat of the season after slipping to a 1-0 loss at Troyes.
Andre Ayew lasted the entire match for Marseille while his younger brother Jordan Ayew came off the bench in the 66th minute.
AS Monaco kept their promotion dreams on track after posting a 2-1 win over Angers.
France-born Ghana defender Dennis Appiah played the entire second half for Monaco.
Midfielder Kwame Quansah set up the second goal for Heracles Almelo who fought from behind to draw 3-3 against Ajax.
Leaders FC Twente were held to a 1-1 draw by Roda JC. Youngster Edwin Gyasi watched the entire game from the bench.
Dutch-born Ghanaian youngster Memphis Depay was an unused sub by PSV who defeated Willem II to maintain their place on the table.
Nana Akwasi Asare came off the bench to play 21 minutes for FC Utrecht who posted a 2-1 win over ADO Den Haag.
Youngster Kevin Tano lost his place in the Den Haag first team squad.
Matthew Amoah was an unused substitute by Heerenveen who thrashed Groningen 3-0.
Striker Fred Benson scored once and set up the winner for PEC Zwolle as they beat RKC Waalwijk 2-1.
Feyenoord loanee Elvis Manu racked in a hat-trick for Excelsior to held them manage a 3-3 draw at Dordrecht.
Mitch Apau and Jonathan Opoku were both in action for Veendam when they suffered a 3-2 home loss to De Graafschap.
Defender Jerry Akaminko was a pillar in defence for Eskişehirspor who consigned Karabükspor to a 5-2 defeat.
Bernard Kumordzi came off the bench to play the last 5 minutes for Racing Genk in their 3-0 win over Germinal Beerschot.
Abraham Kudemor assisted a Giuseppe Rossini strike that helped ten-man Sporting Charleroi to beat Lierse SK 1-0 at their own backyard.
Rahim Ayew lasted the entire game for Lierse but Cofie Bekoe sat on the bench.
Abdul Iddi Yakeen got on the score sheet for ten-man KV Mechelen in their 2-1 victory over Cercle Brugge.
Daniel Opare did not make the trip with Standard Liege as they lost 3-1 at Mons.
In the second-tier league, defender Samuel Asamoah lasted the entire match for AS Eupen in their 1-1 draw with FC Antwerp.
Abdul Iddi Ganiyu was an unused sub by Antwerp.
Enock Adu Kofi played a crucial role in midfield for Nordsjaelland in their 3-0 home win over Silkeborg.
Former Stade Rennes midfielder Kamal Issah came off the bench to play 27 minutes for his league debut.
Former St Pauli defender Davidson Drobo-Ampem watched from the bench as his Esbjerg drew 0-0 at Horsens.
Åtvidaberg managed to squeeze past Gefle 2-1 on Saturday in the Swedish top flight.
Former Feyenoord midfielder Mohammed Abubakari was replaced in the 90th minute but compatriot Emmanuel Dogbe warmed the Åtvidaberg.
Joachim Adukor was a 90th minute substitute for Gefle while Zakaria Abdullai was an unused sub.
BK Hacken reclaimed the top spot after beating Mjallby 2-1 at their own backyard on Saturday.
Striker Abdul Majeed Waris and Nasiru Mohammed both started the game for Hacken.
David Accam was introduced on 90th minute for Helsingborg who drew 1-1 with struggling Orebro.
AIK Stockholm returned to winning ways after beating IFK Goteborg 1-0.
Former New Edubiase captain Ibrahim Moro played full time for AIK while striker Kwame Karikari came off the bench to play 22 minutes.
Zorya FC posted a 3-2 win over FC Dnipro to move 7th on the league table.
Former Ghana U20 defender Daniel Addo as well as Derek Boateng and Samuel Inkoom all missed out of the team sheet.
Arsenal Kiev scored late to claim to a priceless 1-1 draw game at Kryvbas.
Ghana striker Dominic Adiyiah played 69 minutes for Kiev while winger Abeiku Quansah returned from injury to sit on the bench for Arsenal Kiev.
Left-back David Addy helped Vitoria Guimaraes to post a 6-1 win over lower-tier side Vilaverdense in the Portuguese FA Cup.
Christian Atsu was in action for FC Porto in their 1-0 win over Santa Eulália.
Joetex Asamoa-Frimpong was an unused sub by FC Zurich in their 2-0 win at Lausanne Sport.
Striker Chris Dickson was an unused sub by AEL Limassol in their 2-0 win over Nea Salamis.
Carlos Ohene came off the bench to play 20 minutes for Alki in their 1-0 win over Doxa.
Asamoah Gyan scored twice to help Al Ain post a 5-1 win over Dibba Al Fujairah.
Dominic Oduro and Patrick Nyarko were in action for Chicago Fire but could not help them avoid a 1-0 defeat at New England Revolution.
Gershon Koffie was booked in the 80th minute and played full throttle for Vancouver Whitecaps when they lost 1-0 Portland Timbers.
Opoku Agyemang was excluded from the Levksi Sofia side that lost 1-0 at CSKA Sofia.
Rosenborg BK hit the top of the league table after winning 2-0 on Friday.
Former Red Star Belgrade midfielder Awal Mohammed watched the entire action from the bench.
2007 Ghana U17 captain Paul Addo was an unused sub by Odd Grenland who shared the spoils in a 1-1 drawn game with Lillestrom.
Stromsgodset and Molde split the points in a 1-1 draw.
Ghana trio of Bismark Adjei Boateng, Adam Larsen Kwarasey and Razak Nuhu were all involved in the game for Stroms.
King Osei Gyan played 73 minutes and helped Viking pushed closer to a European spot.