There were a number of Ghanaian players in action over the weekend in the African inter-club competitions.
SPORTSworldGhana.com‘s Aamadu Salifu has a comprehensive wrap up of how Ghanaian players fared for their respective clubs in the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup.
CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE:
Former Dreams FC striker Abdul Basit Khalid scored his debut goal for Espérance de Tunis which was the match-winner when they won 2-1 against Senegalese side Teungueth FC in the group stage opener.
Ocansey Mandela played 84 minutes for Horoya AC who beat Petro Atletico 2-0 at the Stade General Lassana Conte in Nongo on Saturday.
Bernard Morrison was on the bench for Simba SC as they got a vital 1-0 away win at the Stade des Martyrs in Kinshasa over DR Congo giants AS Vita Club.
Centre-back Nartey Polo played full duration for Burkina Faso side Salitas FC as they lost 1-0 to Gabonese champions AS Bouenguidi Sports on Sunday
CAF CONFEDERATION CUP:
Emmanuel Ampiah was on the bench for Enyimba FC as they beat Rivers United in all Nigerian affair in Aba on Sunday.
Daniel Adoko scored the only goal for Zambian side Napsa Stars that gave them a vital 1-0 win against Gor Mahia FC in Kenya on Sunday.
Black Stars first choice goalkeeper Richard Ofori played the entire game, kept a clean sheet when Orlando Pirates beat Botswana side Jwaneng Galaxy FC 3-0 on Sunday in Gaborone.
Richard Ocran played 90 minutes for Nkana FC when they recorded a 2-0 win over Moroccan side TAS Casablanca on Sunday at the Nkana Stadium in Kitwe
Central defender Desmond Agbekpornu was an unused substitute for Rivers.
Striker John Antwi was also on the bench for Egyptian side Pyramids FC as they travel to Ivory Coast to beat Racing Club Abidjan 2-0 on Sunday.
Centre-back Nartey Polo played was in full 90 minutes of action for Burkina Faso side Salitas FC who were beaten 1-0 by Gabonese champions AS Bouenguidi Sports on Sunday.
Source: Amadu Salifu