With the ball game having rolled out its magic yet again over the past weekend, it equally saw a couple of Nigerians deliver immensely for their respective clubs in a manner well deserving of sound encomiums.
Futbalgalore.com thus, rounds up the best performers in its esteemed team of the week;
Austin Ejide [Hapoel Hadera]
Essential to picking the points thanks to two crucial stops against Hapoel Tel Aviv. Essential.
Godswill Ekpolo [Haecken]
Unafraid to join in attack, he was innovative and entertaining. Inventive.
Adesoye Oyewole [Orenburg]
The big man at the back had a solid game and was relentless. Firm.
William Troost-Ekong [Udinese]
The defender left the Sampdoria forwards looking three tomatoes less than a sandwich on Sunday. Remarkable.
Jamilu Collins [SC Paderborn 07]
Always strong in the tackle he made a couple of significant clearances. Sturdy.
Wilfred Ndidi [Leicester City]
Another top performance from the midfielder, who never gave an inch to the opposition. Decisive.
Semi Ajayi [Rotherham United]
Was all over, organising play and setting up attacks. As unforgiving as a mountain blizzard, he also had a peach of a strike which was saved by the keeper. Motivating.
Oghenekaro Etebo [Stoke City]
An all round top game both defensively and attacking wise for Etebo against Hull City. Inexorable.
Dominic Vinicius [Beijing BG]
He inspired the visitors with a brace which increased his league goals to 10 this season. Inevitable.
Emem Eduok [Kasimpasa]
Eduok brought real enjoyment to the team and absolutely ran the show. He was rewarded with a goal. Sensational.
Chisom Egbuchulam [Falkenbergs]
A man of the match performance from the striker, who scored a hat trick from five shots on target, including the penalty. Breathtaking.