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Too Good, Too Bad: The Best and Worst of Ghanaians Abroad

Too Good: Frank Acheampong – The winger was among the scorers as Tianjin Teda beat Guangzhou R&F 4-3 in the Chinese Super League on Friday. The game was his third of the campaign, the goal his first.

Too Good: Thomas Partey – It was a delightful return from international duty for the midfielder as he netted a sublime curling effort to help Atletico Madrid to a 4-0 away win over Deportivo Alaves in the Spanish La Liga on Saturday. It was his third league goal of the season.

Too Good: Joseph Paintsil – A second half substitute, the Ghana U-23 winger scored 20 minutes after coming off the bench to help Genk to a 3-0 home win over Anderlecht in the Belgian top-flight on Saturday. He has made 19 appearances, making nine starts this season, scoring thrice.

Too Good: Richmond Boakye-Yiadom – The striker has taken his season goal tally to nine after scoring in Red Star Belgrade’s 2-1 home win over Macva Sabac in the Serbian Super Liga on Saturday. Impressively, he has reached that number in 11 appearances, starting on seven occasions.

Good: Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu – After 11 months on the sidelines, Udinese midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu made a return from injury on Saturday as the club dispatched Genoa 2-0 in the Italian Serie A.

Too Good: Majeed Ashimeru – On Sunday, the 21-year-old was on target for St. Gallen but his strike wasn’t enough as the club succumbed to a 3-2 away defeat to beat Young Boys in the Swiss Super League. It was his third goal in 24 matches, coming off the bench on three times.

Source: Goal

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