Goal follows the exploits of some Ghanaian players outside the shores of the west African country with Joseph Baffo on target for Halmstad as Accam draws and Boateng losing
Ghana-born Swedish defender Joseph Baffo scored on the stroke of half time for Halmstad BK who recorded a 2-1 away victory over IFK Norrkoeping at the Norrköpings Idrottspark Stadium.
Fellow team-mate King Osei Gyan also played full throttle. Ghanaian international David Accam lasted the entire game for Helsingborg who shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with BK Hacken at the Nya Gamla Ullevi Stadium but team-mate Emmanuel Boateng was an unused substitute.
Former Under-17 captain Nasiru Mohammed played 71 minutes for Hacken after being substituted for B. Anklev whilst Richard Donkor was an unused substitute. Augustine Okrah was not part of the Hacken team due to paper works.
Midfielder Kwame ‘Conte’ Bonsu replaced D. Nilsson in the 67th minute at the Tele2 Arena when Djurgården walloped Mjallby 4-0 to further deepen their woes in the battle of relegation.
In the German DFB Pokal, Kevin-Prince Boateng was booked in the 30th minute and played 76 minutes when Dynamo Dresden pipped Schalke 04 2-1 at the Glücksgas Stadion.
In the Russian Premier League, Kuban Krasnodar pipped a 10-man Amkar 1-0 after an injury time goal by Gheorghe Bucur. Ghana midfielder Rabui Mohammed came on as a substitute for Anton Sosnin in the 80th minute.
In the Romania Liga 1, Sulley Muniru played the entire duration when CFR Cluj beat FC Viitorul Constanta 2-0 away at the Stadionul Concordia.