Video: Showdown of Ghanaian Players Abroad In Global Top Leagues


Hotfmghana has made an exciting video about Ghanaian soccer players who are playing in top leagues around the world! It was amazing to see how skilled and talented these players are, and how they’re representing the West African nation on a global stage.

It is impressive by the way they’re able to adapt to different styles of play and different cultures. It’s clear that these players are some of the best in the world, and can’t wait to see what they’ll achieve in the future.

Here is a wrap-up of the performance of some of the players abroad:

Jérémy Baffour Doku:

Manchester City player of Ghanaian descent Jeremy Doku had a very outstanding on Saturday afternoon against West Ham United in an away fixture of the EPL. Doku’s second-half strike gave the English Champions an equalizer to their first-half defeat. His goal motivated two other goals from Bernardo Silva and Erling Haaland, accumulating a 3 point at West Ham’s home.

Tariq Lamptey:

At Old Trafford, Manchester United’s home, the Black Stars player managed to provide two magnificent assists for his club, Brighton Hove Albion F.C., bulleting a 3-1 win over the Red Devils. Saturday’s noon showdown was the first for Lamptey since March 2023 after suffering from injury.

Inaki Williams:

After Williams secured a victory with the Black Stars during the 2023 African Cup of Nations(AFCON) qualifiers, he returned to the Spanish La Liga to score a late goal for Athletic Bilbao in a clash against Cadiz FC. The Ghanaian player has been without a goal since his debut in the senior national team.

Joseph Paintsil:

Ghana Black Stars winger Joseph Paintsil was in superb form as he played 58 minutes, got a yellow card and also provided an assist for his club KRC Genk in their 2:0 away win over Union ST Gilloise in the Belgium PRO League Championship Group round 6

He provided his assist in the 17th minute for the first goal of the match. It was his 3rd assist of the season after six matches played.

Robin Kwamina Quaison:

Swedish national with Ghanaian father Robin Quaison gave his Al-Ettifaq in the Saudi Pro League a 75th-minute netter. Quaison plays for the Sweden national team.

Bernard Mensah:

Bernard Mensah joined Saudi Arabia side Al-Tai on a free transfer after his contract with Turkish side Kayserispor expired. He nets his first RoshnSaudiLeague goal for Al Tai today.


Watch the showdown below:

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