Nigerian Team of the Week

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Denizlispor striker Olarenwaju Kehinde hit a brace in their 2-1 victory over Elagispor to take his personal tally to three goals in four matches.
Ventspils forward Tosin Ayegun and Royal Excel Mouscron danger man Taiwo Awoniyi also scored for their respective teams.
It was a sweet weekend for Shehu Abdullahi who also found the back of the net for Bursaspor..
Former Wigan winger Victor Moses capped a brilliant show with a goal for Fenerbahce in the Turkish Super Lig.
The system for the week is 3-5-2 with Super Eagles trainer Gernot Rohr tinkering the team.
Daniel Akpeyi [Kaizer Chiefs]
The shop stopper was the reason for his side’s points against Highlander Park. He wasn’t at fault for the two goals conceded.
Stephen Eze [Lokomotiv Plovdiv]
The defender was in his normal form to aid his side’s mauling of Beroe. His tackles were on point. His telepathic chemistry with the defence of the home side was just superb. No wonder he provided an assist.
William Troost Ekong [Udinese]
Ekong rose to the occasion in their clash with Bologna. He stopped a number of dangerous moves by the visitors.
Semi Ajayi [Rotherham United]
He emerged the MVP of the game for his stupendous performance against Blackburn Rovers. He is the reason Rotherham United earned three maximum points with his brace. He stopped the dangerous Rovers attackers on numerous occasions and was very tactful and intelligent in his tackles.
Shehu Abdullahi [Bursaspor]
With his intelligence and calmness, Shehu Abdullahi was able to neutralize the free scoring Sivasspor. The former Anorthosis star scored in the game. He was the shinning light of the Bursaspor team.
Victor Moses [Fenerbahce]
Victor Moses rose to the occasion in the game against Rizespor. He was instrumental and made sure he netted from the penalty spot.
Oghenekaro Etebo [Stoke City]
Etebo finally opened his goal account for Stoke City in a deserved victory for Nottingham Forest in the English Championship. He helped pressed and squeezed the opposition when needed.
Alex Iwobi [Arsenal]
He was the chief driver of the Arsenal team. He was sharp and made sure his incisive passes located his attackers. He outwitted his marker many times and was twice denied by Tottenham goalie Hugo Lloris.
Olarenwaju Kehinde [Denizlispor]
He scored twice in their win over Elagizpor. He won the MVP of the game. His attacking prowess was simply amazing in the game and slapped the goalie with thunderous shots on a number of occasions.
Tosin Ayegun [Ventspils]
Ayegun is in the form of his life. He scored twice in their 2-1 win over Molde. He was instrumental in the game.
Taiwo Awoniyi [Royal Excel Mouscron]
Awoniyi was the life saver for Royal Excel Mouscron with his sixth goal in seven games proving to be important in the 1-1 draw at Standard Liege.

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