It was another busy weekend for football across the globe, with several Liberian players abroad forming part of the action.
As usual, Daily Observer Sports Desk brings you a roundup of Liberian players’ involvement in those weekend actions, according to soccerway.com.
In the Indonesian Liga 1, midfielder Zah Krangar scored his fourth goal of the season after helping Madura secured a 2-1 win against Sriwijaya. Krangar, 32, scored the opening goal in the 56th minute before teammate Mamadou Samassa doubled the team’s lead 84 minutes down the clock.
The weekend result maintained Madura at the second position on the league table with 33 points out of 20 games.
Krangar moved to the Indonesian league earlier this year after he signed a one-year deal with the Sapeh Kerab Warriors on March 6, 2018, with an option to extend at the end of the season.
His move follows a four-season spell in the Malaysian Premiere League and the Malaysian Super League with Felda United.
In the Czech Liga in Czech Republic, midfielder Oscar Dolley was an unused substitute in Slovan Liberec’s 1-1 draw against Opava.
The match was Slova Liberec’s 4th of the new league season and is yet to secure a win since their first match.
In South Korea, an East Asian country constituting the southern part of the Korean Peninsula and lying east to the Asian mainland, another Liberian player, Sekou Conneh was in action for Ansan Greeners in the country’s second tier league.
Conneh, 22, came off the bench in the 46th minute, but could not save his side from conceding a 1-0 defeat against Seongnam. Conneh is yet to score since he last got on the score sheet on April 22, 2018. The Liberian attacker has so far made 22 appearances for the team and scored 2 goals.