Black Stars players Abdul Fatawu Issahaku and Thomas Partey had game time for their respective clubs this weekend. Abdul Fatawu Issahaku did not only get a playing time, but also made his debut for Sporting CP in the Portuguese League.
Abdul Fatawu Issahaku was part of match day squad for Sporting CP when they hosted Rio Ave in the domestic league. They rose to the occasion as they defeated Rio Ave 3:0 at home. The match day two game appeared easy for Sporting CP as they purse table toppers Benfica.
After two games into the new season, Sporting CP have points out of six. Abdul Fatawu Issahaku was later introduced into the game. The 18-year old Ghanaian international got ten minutes of action and could not register a goal or assist.
Deputy skipper Thomas Partey was part of Arsenal squad that recorded a 4:2 win over Leicester City. He played major role for the team as they kept all points at home. Whiles Leicester City we’re suffering, Daniel Amartey was in action for his side. His presence did little to halt Arsenal from getting goals and all points.
These players have a greater chance of traveling with Ghana for this year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
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