Lots of Ghanaian players featured on Thursday night in the final qualifying round of the 2020-2021 Europa League Group stage.
Bismark Adjei-Boateng and Arago Jama saw their teams progressing to the group stage of Europe's second biggest club competition.
Graphic Sports bring you a wrap up of the performance of Ghanaian players in the Europa League.
UBA Loans Midfielder Mustapha Yahaya lasted the entire match for Gibraltar club Lincoln Red who were battered 5-0 by Glasgow Rangers.
Adjei-Boateng played the full 120 minutes as Finnish champions KuPS defeated Slovan Bratislava on penalties after the game had ended 1-1.
Surinamese defender of Ghanaian ancestry, Myenty Aben,a also played the entire match for the losing side.
Elsewhere, German-born Ghanaian attacker Reagy Ofosu played for 90 minutes for Romanian outfit Botosani who lost 0-1 to KF Shkendija Also, winger Francis Kyeremeh saw 62 minutes of action as Lithuanian giants Zalgiris Vilnius lost 1-3 to Bodo.
Canada-born Ghanaian midfielder Richlord Ennin was on the Zalgiris bench.
Holding midfielder Kwadwo Poku was introduced in the 36th minute as Gibraltar champions FC Europa lost 1-2 to Djurgarden.
Rahim Ayew was not in the FC Europa matchday squad.
Left-back Arago Jamal remained on the FC Drita bench as they beat FK Sileks by two goals to nothing.
Grejohn Kyei played 90 minutes in attack for Servette who lost 1-0 to his former cub Stade Reims.