Nigeria Player of the week - AllNigeriaSoccer and ScoreNIger
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Author:  chief nfachairman [ Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:26 am ]
Post subject:  Nigeria Player of the week - AllNigeriaSoccer and ScoreNIger

1. Asides Troost and Ndidi (Second list) No first SE 11
2. Asides Agbo and Ebuehi, no regular SE 23
3. Henry Onyekuru has consistently been in all lists (several naija sites) since season started
4. Same with Joel Obi when he is not out injured
5. Samuel Kalu has crept into these lists after the first month of the season and has been pretty consistent
6. Why is a Div3 player on this list (Uzoho)? :???:
7. China should never get on this list
8. Ogbeche still plays? Ayo please include him on your Russia STarting 11

Francis Uzoho (Deportivo La Coruna): The Super Eagles goalkeeper kept another clean-sheet, the second in a row, for Deportivo La Coruna B as they beat Athletico Madrid B 3-0 in the Spanish Segunda division.

His latest class act for Dèpor kept them within touching distance of Segunda B league leaders, Fuenlabrada.

William Troost-Ekong (Bursaspor): Bursaspor and Goztepe played out a 0-0 draw in the Turkish Super League and the agile defender ensured he dutifully kept the opposition attackers on the fringes for the duration of the ninety.

Uche Agbo (Standard Liege): The center back put in a solid showing for Standard Liege as they nullified opponents, Oostende 0-0 in the Belgian topflight.

Tyronne Ebuehi (Ado Den Haag): Ebuehi was on from start to finish as De Ooieevers trashed Heracles Almelo 4-1 in the Holland Eredivisie.

Combining rapid attack with defending, the right-back did pretty well to keep play ticking as goals from Melvyn Lorenzen, Abdenasser El Khayati, Rohny Johnsen and Elson Hooi secured the win.

Brian Idowu (Amkar Perm): The 25-year old was in action for his side as the Red and Blacks posted a drab goalless affair against FK Rostov in the Russian Premier League.

The defender who was cautioned in the 79th minute of the encounter was on parade for the entire duration of the game.

Tosin Kehinde (Manchester United): It was business as usual for the effervescent midfielder who put in an accomplished showing for Manchester United in their 1-1 draw with Manchester City in Premier League 2.

Anderson Esiti (KAA Gent): The 23-year old was influential as Gent recorded an impressive 3-0 win against Oostende in the Belgian first division.While he made a lot of crunching tackles and gritty contributions to the course of the game, he was booked in the 88th minute for his troubles.

Joel Obi (Torino): In Italian Serie A, Obi helped Siniša Mihajlović's men to a 1-1 draw when they hosted Chievo Verona.

The Super Eagles midfielder set up Daniele Baselli for his side's equaliser after Peparim Hetemaj has struck earlier struck to put the visitors in front, thereby taking his tallies to three goals and one assist this season.

Samuel Kalu (KAA Gent): The precocious winger inspired his Belgian side to a 3-0 victory over Oostende, notching his fourth goal of the league season in the process.

Henry Onyekuru (Anderlecht): Anderlecht had the Everton loanee to thank after he handed the Purple and Whites maximum points with his late goal in a 2-1 win over Royal Excel Mouscron. The goal took the 20-year old's tally to an impressive eight for the season.

Obafemi Martins (Shanghai Shenhua): Evergreen Nigerian striker Obafemi Martins scored the decisive goal as his Chinese club pipped Shanghai SIPG in a 1-0 win in the Chinese FA cup final on Sunday. ... a-stars-9/

5.Wilfred Ndidi (Midfielder/Leicester City)

Ndidi and ‘The Foxes’ may have lost at home to rampant Premier League leaders Manchester City, but no one can fault the consistency of the Nigeria defensive midfielder, who has now played every minute in all 12 league games for his club. He may not be spectacular but he gets the job done without lowering the standard.

4.Tyronne Ebuehi (Defender/ADO Den Haag)

The right wing-back followed up on his terrific showing against Argentina in a friendly with another super showing as his Dutch club beat Heracles 4-1 in the league. He did well both defensively and offensively as he played the entire duration.

3.Bartholomew Ogbeche (Striker/Willem 11)

The veteran Nigeria striker ensured Willem 11 shared the spoils at home against Sparta Rotterdam when he grabbed the equaliser to complete a remarkable comeback after they fell behind 2-0.

It was the first goal of the season for the 33-year-old striker, who is still strutting his stuff at the highest level in Europe 16 years after he moved to Europe.

2.Samuel Kalu (Forward/KAA Gent)

The youngster netted his fourth goal as his Belgian club won 3-0 at Lokeren. He is now adding goals to his exciting wing play in Europe.

1.Henry Onyekuru (Forward/Anderlecht)

He was again the match winner for champions Anderlecht in a 2-1 win at Royal Excel Mouscron with scouts of mighty Barcelona watching in the stands.

This was his seventh goal of the season in Belgium.

His goals have meant Anderlecht are now among the front runners in the league after an indifferent start to the season.

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