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The best and worst of Ghanaian players abroad

The best and worst of Ghanaian players abroad

Too Good: Thomas Partey – It was indeed an eventful day for the Atletico Madrid midfielder who was involved in all three goals as his side came from behind to register a 3-2 win over Athletic Bilbao in the Spanish La Liga on Saturday. The midfielder scored on the day, set-up another and launched a free-kick that led to the match winner in stoppage time.


Bad: Kasim Adams – After picking a red card in the penultimate game against Olympique Lyonnais in the Champions League, the centre-back was relegated to the bench as Hoffenheim beat Augsburg 2-1 in the German Bundesliga on Saturday.

Too Good: Samuel Tetteh – The 22-year-old striker registered his first season goal of the Austrian top division on Saturday as LASK Linz thrashed Admira Wacker 5-1. He came on for the winners in the 69th minute.

Too Good: Andre Ayew – The Ghanaian signed off for international duty in style after netting in Fenerbahce’s 2-0 triumph over Alanyaspor in the Turkish Super Lig on Sunday. It was his third goal for The Yellow Canaries since completing a loan move from English side Swansea City.

Bad: Nicholas Opoku – First, it was refreshing to see the centre-back in Udinese match day squad for Sunday’s Serie A tie against Empoli after seemingly picking up an injury in the penultimate game against AC Milan. But that he warmed the bench in the latest match suggests some form of punishment for the summer signing whose costly mistake led to Milan winning the matchday 11 fixture in injury time.



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