Too good, too bad: The best and worst of Ghanaians abroad

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Kevin Prince Boateng, midfielder

Good: Majeed Waris – On Friday, the frontman set up Khalifa Coulibaly for Nantes‘ opener against Lyon before Anthony Limbombe scored to ensure a 2-1 home win for the Yellow Canaries after Martin Terrier drew level for the away side.

Too Good: Richmond Boakye-Yiadom – A double in Red Star Belgrade‘s 3-0 win over Radnicki Nis in the Serbian Super Liga on Saturday has seen the striker take his season league tally to 13 goals in 14 appearances involving nine starts. He similarly scored twice in the previous matchday.

Good: Kevin-Prince Boateng – Although yet to find the back of the net for his new club following his January transfer, the striker made a landmark full debut for Barcelona in their 0-0 away draw with Huesca in the Spanish La Liga on Saturday. He lasted for the entire duration of the game.

Too Bad: Jeffrey Schlupp – In arguably the form of his life, it was unfortunate to see the utility man withdrawn in the 19th minute due to injury as his Crystal Palace side succumbed to a 3-1 reversal to Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday. He has scored four times in 30 appearances involving 18 starts.

Bad: Jordan Ayew – The striker continues to warm the bench for Palace owing to the summer signing of Michy Batshuayi and the injury return of Christian Benteke. The 27-year-old’s last of 18 league outings came on February 23.

Too Good: Mohammed Kudus – The Ghana U-21 midfielder registered his second goal for Nordsjaelland but the strike was not enough as his fold ultimately lost 2-1 at home to Esbjerg in the Danish topflight on Sunday. He has made 19 league appearances involving 12 starts.

Source: goal.com

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