Several Ghanaian players across the continent put on great displays of football for their respective teams to be part of Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah's plans when he compiles his final 23-man squad for AFCON 2019.

Futaa takes a look at the five players as reported by Prime News Ghana:

Ebenezer Ofori

Ghanaian midfielder Ebenezer Ofori opened his account for New York City FC in the 2-2 draw with Orlando City to kickstart the Major League Soccer (MLS) season.

The 23-year-old found the back of the net in the 12-minute mark with a spectacular drive just outside the box to give New York City FC the lead.

John Antwi

Ghana international forward John Antwi over the weekend put in a scintillating performance as he aided his club Misr Makkasa to defeat El Entag El Harby in the Egyptian League.

Antwi scored the third goal for his side in their 3-1 away win over El Entag El Harby.

The former Dreams FC player has now bagged 8 goals in 19 matches in the current 2018/19 season. 

Andy Yiadom

Andy Yiadom played the full 90 minutes for Reading in the 2-1 away win over Ipswich Town. He has now registered 33 appearances for Reading while scoring a solitary goal. 

William Owusu Acheampong

The 29-year-old scored his seventh goal of the season for Royal Antwerp against KAS Eupen in the Belgium League over the weekend. 

Daniel Darkwah

The left-back got his debut for Asante Kotoko over the weekend in the CAF Confederation Cup. He deputised for the suspended captain Amos Frimpong and he won the admiration of the fans with his superb performance.

He wiped in a dangerous cross which resulted in the Porcupines second goal for the day. His output yesterday made a strong case for the left-back slot for the senior national team.

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