Kwadwo Asamoah and his Juventus teammates won a 31st Italian Serie A title on Sunday.

Comprehensive Wrap Of Ghanaian Players Abroad: Kwadwo Asamoah Wins Scudetto

ITALY

Kwadwo Asamoah played 67 minutes for Juventus who beat Palermo 1-0 to claim their 28th Scudetto title.

Isaac Cofie saw 58 minutes of action for Chievo Verona in their 0-0 stalemate with Cagliari.

Amidu Salifu watched Catania?s 3-0 hammering of Siena from the bench.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu was introduced after 76 minutes by Udinese who recorded a 3-1 win over Sampdoria.

Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng were involved in action for AC Milan who defeated Torino 1-0 to keep their Champions League spot within reach.

Elsewhere in the Serie B, Inter Milan loanee Alfred Duncan played the full 90 minutes for Livorno who suffered a promotion set-back after drawing 1-1 with Ternana.

Cesena posted a 3-1 win over Juve Stabia.

Striker Maxwell Acosty Boadu played full time for Stabia while Daniel Kofi Agyei watched the full game from the bench.

Mase Nana Addo Welbeck warmed the Brescia bench when they beat Ascoli 3-2.

Bright Addae continue to stay out of the Crotone first team as they beat Modena 2-1.

In the Primavera Cup, Torino eliminated Inter Milan after beating them 1-0 in the semi-finals.

It was Ghanaian winger Emmanuel Gyasi who scored the only goal of the game for Torino.

SPAIN

Michael Essien watched from the bench as his Real Madrid side recorded a 4-3 win over Real Valladolid.

Anthony Annan was not in the Osasuna side that lost 4-0 to Valencia.

Wakaso Mubarak played 81 minutes for Espanyol who lost 3-0 at Sevilla.

GERMANY

In the Bundesliga, Baba Abdul Rahman played the full 90 minutes for Greuther Furth who beat Stuttgart 2-0.

FRANCE

Jordan Ayew lasted till the 82nd minute for Marseille who beat Bastia 2-1.

Samuel Inkoom was on the Bastia bench while Andre Ayew was suspended for the tie.

Rabiu Mohammed played the full match as Evian Thonon Gaillard lost 0-1 to Troyes but injured Jonathan Mensah was not in the team.

John Boye was at central defence with John Mensah but the former Ghana captain was replaced by Alou Diarra at half time as Rennes lost 0-3 to Nice.

Isaac Donkor was in central defence for Inter Milan.

Khalif Alhassan was an 81st minute substitute as his Portland Timbers drew 0-0 with New England Revolution.

Dominic Oduro was replaced in injury-time as Columbus Crew were shocked 1-0 by New York Red Bulls.

Gershon Koffie saw full match action for Vancouver Whitecaps who lost 2-0 to Real Salt Lake.

UKRAINE

In the Ukrainian Premier League, Dominic Adiyiah was booked in the 70th minute and replaced two minutes later as Arsenal Kiev drew 1-1 with Kryvbas.

Compatriot Abeiku Quansah was not in the Arsenal Kiev squad for the game.

TURKEY

Jerry Akaminko played the full match as Eskisehirspor lost 2-1 to Besiktas.

Elsewhere in the second-tier league, striker Emmanuel Banahene was not involved in Karsiyaka?s 2-0 home loss to Adanaspor.

Torric Jebrin returned to the Trabzon first team side but remained on the bench as they lost 2-1 to Boluspor.

SWITZERLAND

Striker Samuel Afum played the full regulation minutes but was unable to help Young Boys avoid a 3-1 defeat at St Gallen.

SWEDEN

In the Allsvenskan, Benjamin Fadi watched Malmo FF?s 1-1 with Norrkoping from the bench.

Mohammed Abubakari and Emmanuel Dogbe warmed the substitute bench as Atvidaberg thrashed Djurgarden 5-1.

Yusif Chibsah played the full match whilst Godsway Donyoh was replaced by Luis Solignac in the 56th minute for Djurgarden.

David Accam was replaced by Rasmus Lindgren in the 90th minute as Helsingborg recorded a slim 1-0 win over Syrianska.

In the second-tier league, midfielder Thomas Boakye scored a hat-trick to help ?stersunds FK whitewash J?nk?pings S?dra 5-0.

Compatriot Sam Mensah saw full time action but Isaac Telly Shaze missed the game due to fitness concerns.

RUSSIA

Black Stars striker Abdul Majeed Waris recovered from illness to play the last six minutes for Spartak Moscow who lost 2-1 at Mordovia Saransk.

PORTUGAL

Christian Atsu lost his starting place at FC Porto and watched the entire proceeding from the bench as they beat Nacionale 1-0.

Defender David Addy saw full time action for Vitoria Guimaraes who posted a 3-1 win over Gil Vicente.

William Tiero was replaced after 76 minutes while Manchester City loanee Thomas Agyiri sat on the bench.

In the Division One, Alhassan Wakaso lasted the entire duration of the game for Portimonense who recorded a resounding 3-0 win over Sporting Covilha.

NORWAY

Adam Kwarasey kept the post for Stromsgodset who posted a 3-1 win over Viking.

Defender Razak Nuhu sat on the bench for Stroms.

However, King Osei-Gyan was replaced by Viking after the opening 45 minutes.

SOUTH KOREA

Winger Derek Asamoah saw full time action but could not help his Daegu side avoid a 1-0 defeat at Busan I?Park.

FINLAND

Gideon Baah played the full 90 minutes for Honka who suffered a 1-0 reverse at MyPa.

DENMARK

Former St Pauli defender Davidson Drobo-Ampem was at the heart of defence for Esbjerg who beat a Horsens side featuring Charles Takyi 1-0.

Youngster Kamal Issah was axed from the Nordsj?lland first team squad as they beat Silkeborg 1-0.

BELGIUM

Midfielder Bennard Kumordzi put up a star performance for Genk who eased past Zulte-Waregem 4-0 in the championship play-off.

Enock Adu played in central midfield role for Club Brugge who edged Lokeren 2-1.

Sporting Charleroi lost 2-1 to KV Mechelen in the Europa play-offs.

Former Heart of Lions midfielder Abraham Kudemor played 57 minutes for Sporting while Abdul Yakinu-Iddi came from injury to play 28 minutes for Mechelen.

Defender Jerry Vandam watched the entire action from the Mechelen bench.

Francis Dickoh was an unused substitute by Cercle Brugge who managed a narrow 2-1 win over Germinal Beerschot.

AUSTRIA

Defender Isaac Vorsah was benched once again by Red Bull Salzburg when they beat Admira Wacker 2-1 on Saturday.

NETHERLANDS

In the Eredivisie, Nana Akwasi Asare set up a goal for Jan Wuytens in the 67th minute and played the entire normal time for Utrecht who beat Heerenveen 4-2.

Kwame Quansah held down his place in the FC Heracles Almelo team and helped them draw 1-1 with FC Twente.

On the FC Twente bench was youngster Shadrack Eghan.

Edwin Gyasi was not in the Twente squad for the game.

Memphis Depay was an unused sub by PSV Eindhoven who hammered NEC 4-2.

In the Eerste Divisie, Feyenoord loanee, Elvis Manu was sent off in the 78th minute when his Excelsior side lost 2-0 to Cambuur

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