DFC Global: Sarpong steals show as Tetteh and Khalid net in crunch games

 

Michael Sarpong, Benjamin Tetteh and Abdul Basit Khalid all scored over the weekend in their respective clubs  whilst there was little joy for others such Angelholms newly-signed midfielder Patrick Arthur. Sports writer Edmund Okai Gyimah brings you a wrap-up of the performance of Dreams FC players abroad.

 

Germany

In the German Bundesliga, left-back Abdul Rahman Baba could not make the Schalke squad which defeated Hannover 3-1 at the Veltins Arena.

Czech

In the Czech Superliga, striker Benjamin Tetteh played 65 minutes for Sparta Praque and scored as they drew 2-2 with sworn rivals Slavia Praque in the Praque derby.

Midfield anchor Alhassan Bashiru is still with the Sparta Under 21 side in England participation in the International Premier Cup.

Egypt

Striker John Antwi lasted 90 minutes for Makasa who went away to beat Petrojet 1-0 on Thursday.

Belgium

Right-back Emmanuel Adjei Sowah has not still gotten back to the Anderlecht first team after his injury. He was missing in their 2-1 away win over Waasland Beveren.

Spain

Emmanuel Lomotey played 90 minutes for Villareal II who went away to beat Ontinyent 2-1. The yellow submarines are now on top of the Segunda B Group 3.

In the Juvinil De Honor, enterprising central defender John Otu featured 90 minutes for Real Zaragoza Under 19 who leaped frog Barcelona Under 19 to claim top spot with a 1-0 away win over El Olivar Under 19.

Israel

Former Dreams FC skipper Leonard Owusu played the entire duration as Ashdod FC were hammered 3-0 by Hapoel Haifa away.

Romania

Striker Lawson Bekui was not in action for Poltehnica Lasi who dropped into the relegation zone after being battered 3-0 by Iniversitatea Craiova.

Sweden

Patrick Arthur excelled 90 minutes in the heart of midfield for Angelholms who were officially relegated from the Swedish third-tier after losing 4-0 to Oskarshamns.

Kosovo

Abdul Basit Khalid scored an 89th minute winner for FC Prishtina who beat Drenica 1-0. Abdul Bashiru also featured full time for the winners.

Ben Nash Quansah saw 90 minutes of action for Flamurtari who beat KEK-u 4-3 away at the Stadiumi Agron Rama

Rwanda

Striker Michael Sarpong was the hero of the day as he netted a brace and also won the official man of the match in Rayon Sports 3-0 win over Gicumbi. Ex-Dreams midfielder Prosper Donkor also lasted full throttle for Rayon.

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