Black Stars: Check How The 32-Players Invited For The World Cup Qualifiers Performed For Their Respective Clubs Over The Weekend

Below is a report from our European football monitoring expert Herbert Boakye Yiadom on how the 32-players invited by Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac performed for their respective clubs ahead of the  2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers this weekend.

Goalkeepers

In the Swiss League, St.Gallen goalkeeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi conceded five goals against Grasshoppers as the game ended 5-2.

Jojo Wollacot played the full throttle for Swindon Town when they recorded a 3-1 away win over Bristol Rovers. The youngster who was given a surprise invitation by Milovan Rajevac could not keep a clean sheet, but he was for his side.

Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Richard Attah was in post for The Phobians as they defeated Tema Youth 4-2 in a friendly ahead of their CAF Champions League game against Wydad Atletico of Morocco.

Defenders

Baba Rahman and Andy Yiadom was in action for Reading in their 1-0 win over Cardiff in the English Championship

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Daniel Amartey was an unused substitute in Leicester City’s away game against Crystal Palace which ended 2-2

Joseph Aidoo warmed the bench in Celta Vigo’s 1-0 defeat to Elche in the Spanish La Liga

Alexander Djiku  were in action for Strasbourg in their 1-1 draw against Montpellier

Gideon Mensah came on as a substitute to play 22 minutes for Bordeaux in their 3-0 defeat to Monaco

In the United States, Jonathan Mensah was on target as his goal made sure that Columbus Crew were crowned champions of NORTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: Campeones Cup – Final with a 2-0 defeat over Cruz Azul from Mexico.

MIDFIELDERS 

Baba Iddrisu scored for Real Mallorca in their 1-0 win over Levante in the Spanish La Liga

Emmanuel Gyasi captained Spezia as they lost 4-0 to Verona in the Serie A

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Thomas Partey played 90 minutes for Arsenal in their goalless draw against Brighton

Alfred Duncan played 76 minutes for Fiorentina in their 2-1 home defeat to rejuvenated Napoli at home

Majeed Ashimeru played ONLY seven minutes for Anderlecht when they drew 1-1 with Club Brugge

Mubarak Wakaso is not only inactive player in the list of invited players as the Chinese Super League is yet to officially start

Jeffrey Schlupp climbed off the bench to score for Crystal Palace in their 2-2 draw against Leicester City.

Emmanuel Lomotey did not make the matchday squad for Amiens over the weekend

FORWARDS

Jordan Ayew lasted 52 minutes in the game for Palace against Leicester City which ended in a 2-2 draw at the Selhurst Park

Kamaldeen Sulemana was impressive in the game for Rennes in their 2-0 win over French giants PSG. The Ghanaian youngster tormented the PSG defence and managed to register an assist in the game.

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Daniel Kofi Kyereh played the full throttle for St.Pauli in their 3-0 win over SG Dynamo Dresden in the Bundesliga II.

Mohammed Kudus warmed the bench as Ajax lost to Utrecht 1-0 at home

Yaw Yeboah saw 86 minutes of action for Wisla in their 1-0 defeat to Piast Gilwice

Andre Ayew scored for Al Sadd in their 4-0 win over Al Arabi

Benjamin Tetteh played the full throttle for Yeni Matayaspor in their  2-0 defeat to Hatayspor

Former Asokwa Deportivo striker Joel Fameyeh scored his ninth goal of the season for Orenburg in the Russian second-tier league after only 13 games

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