Sports News of Thursday, 5 September 2019
Budding Ghanaian right-back Ernest Boahene had a debut to forget for Paris FC as they were walloped 3-0 by FC Chambly in the French Ligue 2 on Tuesday evening.
Boahene, 19, had to wait for the sixth league of the season to make his bow after joining from Ghanaian lower-tier side Rainbow FC this summer.
Having won just one match in five matches in the league, the capital-based side went into the game against Chambly with the hope of rescuing their ailing season.
But first-half goals from Santelli Benjamin and David Florian put the visitors ahead before Jaques Thibault sealed the win for Chambly with a 62nd-minute penalty.
Boahene played the entire duration of the match.
Meanwhile, his compatriot and teammate Rabiu Mohammed is still waiting to mark his debut for the club, after signing a one-year deal with the club in the just ended summer transfer window.