The Black Star scored to give Juventus a historic Serie A win – it means Antonio Conte’s side have now equalled Torino’s record of 1975-76 and stretches the old lady’s lead at the top of the table to 14 points.
It was not just because Asamoah scored, but how he did it. “The coach keeps telling me to cut in and try shooting from that angle,” the 24 year old told Sky Sport Italia.
“It’s the first with my right foot and I am very happy.”
The stunning effort into the top corner came from his right foot with four defenders surrounding him.
Asamoah is on course for his second consecutive Serie A title as Juventus are now at least certain of an 8-point advantage with 11 games to go because second-placed Roma have two games in hand.
Seven other Ghanaians were involved for their teams in the Italian top-flight.
Yussif Chibsah, 20, played all 90 minutes for Sassuolo as they drew 0-0 with hosts Bologna. It was his eighth start in 12 appearances this season.
Another midfielder Isaac Cofie, 22, joined the fray for Genoa at the start of the second half in a 2-1 loss at Chievo.
22-year-old Afriyie Acquah played a cameo role for hosts Parma who beat Verona 2-0. The midfielder joined the action in the 83rd minute with the game at 1-0.
Rising 20-year-old striker Emmanuel Gyasi made the Inter Milan bench for the first time as they beat visitors Torino 1-0.
Another unused substitute was Alfred Duncan whose side Livorno lost 4-2 at Sampdoria. The 20-year-old midfielder has made 21 appearances for the Serie A strugglers this season, including 12 starts.
On Saturday Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu featured just five minutes for Udinese as they edged visitors AC Milan 1-0.
Sulley Muntari and Michael Essien were in action for Milan. Muntari started, but gave way in the 71st minute to Morocco star Adel Taarabt, while Essien joined the fray in the 57th minute.
By: Gary Al-Smith/citifmonline.com/Ghana