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Wrap Of Ghanaian Players Abroad II
 
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29-Aug-2011  
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Belgium:

Standard Liege backed the mid-week’s impressive display in the Europa Liege with a deserving 1-1 drawing at Germinal Beerschot.

Full-back Daniel Opare played full throttle for Liege.

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe converted an 84th minute penalty for ten-man Club Brugge which shared the spoils with Anderlecht at the Jan Breydelstadion.

Denmark:

Midfielder Enock Adu-Kofi was not included in the Nordsjaelland first team which hammered Lyngby 4-0 at the Farum Park.

France:

Defender John Boye dropped to the Stade Rennes bench after impressing the Europa League on Thursday.

He watched from the bench when they survived a late scare from Caen to win 3-2.

Champions Lille added to the misery of Olympique Marseille by beating them 3-2 at the Stadium Nord Lille Métropole.

Winger Andre Ayew was cautioned on the 35th minute while his young brother Jordan Ayew replaced Loic Remy after 81 minutes.

Norway:

Stromsgodset enhanced their form in the Tippeligaen by drawing 1-1 with Fredrikstad.

Goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey and midfielder Mohammed Abu played the entire match for Stromsgodset but Abdul Razak Nuhu sat on the bench.

IK Start piped Sarpsborg 1-0 to pick their fifth victory of the season and lift themselves out of the root of the table.

Former Fulham youngster King Osei Gyan scored a solitary goal to claim all points for Viking over visiting Stabaek.

Out-of-favour Isaac Boakye continued to watch from the stands as Valerenga beat Haugesund.

England:

Prince Buaben Abankwah once again missed out of the Watford first team squad which drew 2-2 with Birmingham City.

Youngster Akwasi Asante warmed the bench for Birmingham City.

Germany:

Hans Adu-Sarpei sat on the bench for Schalke 04 in their 1-0 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach.

In the Bundesliga II, both Charles Takyi and Davidson Drobo-Ampem missed out of the Saint Pauli first team squad that lost 1-0 toBraunschweig.

Greece:

Bernard Yao Kumordzi’s 72nd minute strike helped Panionios to draw 2-2 with Ergotelis.

Quincy Owusu-Abeyie played 89 minutes of Panathinaikos’s 2-0 victory at Kerkyra.

Portugal:

Youngster Christian Atsu played the first 45 minutes for Rio Ave which slipped to a 1-0 defeat at home to Olhanense.

Romania:

Midfielder Richard Annang was a second half sub for Vaslui in their 2-1 victory at FC Brasov.

Scotland:

Striker Junior Agogo Manuel started in attack for Hibernian before being replaced on the 59th minute by Sodje in their 2-0 defeat to Heart.

Sweden:

Striker Kwame Amponsah Karikari lasted 81 minutes for AIK Stockholm in their slim 1-0 win over Syrianska.

Yusif Chibsah was introduced on the 68th minute for Gefle which failed to pick all three points at stake against Hacken.

Youngster Abdul Majeed Waris missed out of Hacken’s team to injury.

Switzerland:

Former Ghana U-17 winger Ishmael Yartey scored a breath-taking goal for Servette FC in their resounding 4-0 victory over FC Sion at their own backyard.

Ukraine:

Both Samuel Inkoom and Derek Boateng played the entire match for out of sought Dnipro FC which succumbed to a 4-0 defeat at home to Dinamo Kiev.
 
 
 
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