Adam Larsen Kwarasey

The 24-year-old was in goal as usual for Stromsgodset in their 3-1 win over giants Rosenborg BK.

He showed great alertness and responded well to dangerous reactions from the champions. There was  very little he could do to prevent the consolation goal.

Samuel Inkoom

Inkoom was above average for FC Dnipro in their slim 1-0 triumph over Volyna.

He was dangerous from the flanks and added an extra bite to the Dnipro attack anytime he moved forward.

Daniel Opare

After coming off the bench, Opare brought what lacking in the Standard Liege game. His impact was key to the 1-0 win. He was full of vision.

Isaac Vorsah

TSG Hoffenheim recovered from last weekend's defeat at Stuttgart to beat Borussia M’Gladbach 1-0.

In a game that the visitors had shown a lot of attacking promises in the Bundesliga, Hoffenheim needed to be at their best in defence to win the match and it was Vorsah who marshalled the backline. He was strong in the air and did some timely clearances.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu

Badu keeps improving match after match. In midweek, he distinguished himself in the Europa Cup and went ahead on Sunday to become the catalyst in midfield for their 2-0 win and helped them to the summit of the Serie A table.

Mohammed Abu

The little man overshadowed the Rosenborg midfield will his sublime abilities. He was quick and pacey and had the better of Awal Mohammed.

Christian Atsu

The FC Porto loanee was key to Rio Ave's 2-0home triumph over União de Leiria. He bullied the the visitors' defence with his imposing physique and torn them apart.

Kevin-Prince Boateng

AC Milan were in for defeat at Lecce but the 'Prince' stamped his authority. He took charge of the game and scored on the 49th, 55th and 63rd minutes before Mario Yepes sealed the victory with a header.

Andre Ayew

The 21-year-old put up another majestic display on Saturday.

Even after wasting a penalty in the 20th minute, he kept his composure to score all the two goals for Marseille which propelled them to victory over Ajaccio.

Jordan Ayew

It was Jordan's wonderful flick from inside of the box that Andre scored the opener. He formed a better partnership with Mathieu Valbuena and Andre in attack

 

 

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Readers Comment

  • leon london 7 years ago

    since when is there 10 men in a team ? gsn please get a grip

  • pk 7 years ago

    Black Stars midfield, first choice (subject to change based on form): Derek Boateng, A-Badu, KPB, A Ayew, S Inkoom They are all 'fighters'. DB: Confident, tackles, skillful, passing ability A-B: Built confidence, Pace, tackles, shoots well KPB:Confident, skillfull, shoots well, keen to score A-A: Gifted dribbler, confident, commits defenders, keen to score SI: Utility player, adds more defensive grit to the right flank, good ball control, pace, crosses well. With in-form midfield goal poachers, only one striker will do.

  • alinomics 7 years ago

    samuel inkoom will not be fit enough for the Black Stars had he been a midfielder. i wonder why, especially the Kumasi FMs, are not commenting on his inclusion into the blackstar as a midfielder. He is simply not a blackstar material as a midfielder.Even the likes of nii agyei of kotoko are miles ahead of him as a midfielder. God save Ghana

  • tuna 7 years ago

    that is bcos we have decided not to bench the tired and slow player John Pantsil. I think Inkoom should be placed ahead of John Pantsil. cos John is always on bench at the championship...Pantsil should be a substitute .....Tornado

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