Players to have scored over the weekend.

Osman Bukari scored his third league goal of the season in Red Star Belgrade 4-0 win  against FK Vozdovac in the Serbian league

Dauda Mohammed scored his first goal for  Tenerife as they lost 1-2 against Eibar in Spanish Segunda

Godsway Donyoh scored his first goal for Neftci Baku in their 5-2 win against Kapaz in the Azerbaijani top-flight league

David Atanga scored in Oostende 3-1 defeat to Gent at home in the Jupiler Pro League

Jude Arthur was on the scoresheet for Haka as they won 3-2 against AC Oulu in the Finnish league

Kwadwo Asamoah scored for Spartaks in their 3-2 defeat against FK Leipaja in Latvia top-flight league

Michael Baidoo scored for Elfsborg in their 1-1 draw against Norrkoping in Sweden


In Premier League, Thomas Partey played 90 minutes for Arsenal in their 4-2 win against Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium.

Daniel Amartey lasted 62 minutes in the game for Leicester

Tariq Lamptey came on as a substitute to play 16 minutes for Brighton against Newcastle United which ended in a draw

Mohammed Salisu improved on his performance for Southampton against Leeds United which ended 2-2

In English Championship, Andy Yiadom was in action for Reading as they lost 4-0 against Rotherham

Kelvin Abrefa was on the bench

Albert Adomah lasted 45 minutes in the game for QPR in their 2-2 draw against Sunderland

In League One, Jojo Wollacott was in post as Charlton lost 1-0 to Sheffield Wednesday


In La Liga, Joseph Aidoo lasted the entire duration for Celta Vigo against Espanyol as they played a 2-2 draw

In Segunda division, Dauda Mohammed scored his first goal for  Tenerife as they lost 1-0 against Eibar


In Serie A, Alfred Duncan was an unused substitute in Fiorentina’s 3-2 win against Cremonese

Felix Afena-Gyan was on the bench as AS Roma beat Salernitana 1-0

Emmanuel Gyasi saw 74 minutes of action in Spezia 1-0 win against Empoli

In Serie B, Caleb Ekuban lasted 71 minutes for Genoa in their 2-1 win against Venezia


In Ligue 1, Kamaldeen Sulemana saw 11 minutes of action for Rennes in their 1-1 draw against Monaco

Alidu Seidu was in action for Clermont in their 5-0 defeat to PSG

Abdul Samed Salis played 90 minutes for Lens against AC Ajaccio

Alexander Djiku lasted 74 minutes in Strasbourg’s 1-1 draw against Nice

In Ligue 2, Godwin Kobby Bentil saw 61 minutes of action for Niort against Bordeaux

Nicholas Opoku was in action for Amiens as they defeated Sochaux by a lone goal


In Bundesliga, Daniel Kofi Kyereh came on as a substitute to play six minutes for Freiburg against Dortmund which ended 3-1

Kevin-Prince Boateng was on the bench in Hertha Berlin’s 1-1 draw against Eintracht Frankfurt


Frank Amankwah came on as a substitute for Altach against Sturm Graz as they lost 4-0

Seth Paintsil came on as a substitute to play 21 minutes for Hartberg as they 4-1 against A.Lustenau


Kwabena Owusu was in action for Qarabag in their 2-0 win against Sumqayit

Godsway Donyoh scored his first goal for Neftci Baku in their 5-2 win against Kapaz


Fard Ibrahim was in action for Isloch Minsk as they lost 2-1 to Dynamo Brest


In Jupiler Pro League, David Atanga scored in Oostende 3-1 defeat to Gent at home

Elisha Owusu missed the game due to injury

Daniel Opare lasted 88 minutes in the game for Seraing against Charleroi which the lost by a lone goal

Francis Amuzu played 80 minutes for Anderlecht in their 3-0 win against St.Truiden

Isaac Nuhu was in action for Eupen as they lost 1-0 to Antwerp

Abdul Nurudeen was on the bench for  Eupen

Kamal Sowah helped Club Brugge to a 3-0 win against Leuven

Joseph Paintsil lasted the entire duration in Genk’s  4-1 win against Waregem


Emmanuel Toku played the full throttle for Botev Plovdiv against Beroe which ended 1-1


Prince Obeng Ampem lasted 36 minutes in the game for Rijeka in their 1-0 defeat to Slaven Belupo


In SuperLig, Lasso Coulibaly, Ernest Nuamah played the full throttle in Nordsjaelland game against Aalborg which ended in a draw.

Abu Francis was on the bench

In First Division, Ebenezer Ofori was in action for Velje in their 1-0 win against Fredericia

credit; Ghanasoccernet

By Isaac

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