Futbalgalore.com.ng looks at the best performing players from the 26th round of the Nigeria Professional Football League calendar. There were so many great attacking players that this team has a very offensive flavour.
Our Team of the Week will see a 4-4-2 formation deployed, let us know your thoughts!
Vincent Edafe – Abia Warriors
Kept the clean sheet against an in form MFM FC, helping Abia Warriors to another draw at the Soccer Temple.
Abe Sunday – Sunshine Stars
The right-back looked unstoppable against Dakkada. He assisted Uzoechi Ejike. Don’t forget his usual marauding down the flank as well.
Ibrahim Buhari – Plateau United
A decisive goal this time. Gave the Peace Boys a vital win at home to Katsina United. Every ball that came within his proximity was conquered by Buhari.
Uzoechi Ejike – Sunshine Stars
Ejike put in a flawless performance against Dakkada, proving his readiness to work hard and sacrifice in every challenge. Headed home the rocket to give Sunshine Stars all three points.
Ebube Duru – Lobi Stars
Provided an assist and pure oxygen for Lobi Stars in the race to finish high up the ladder.
Morice Chukwu – Rivers United
For now, Rivers United can make the most of him: another classy show to kill Pillars.
Aliyu Abdullahi – Nasarawa United
The motor of the team. Simply everywhere, always. A machine both defending and going forward.
Ekene Awazie – FC Ifeanyi Ubah
The Remo Stars product first struck from the penalty spot and the second goal was a combination of great work and ability to find himself ready to fire home.
Ubong Friday – Akwa United
Friday struck again, to seal up the absolutely fundamental clash against Heartland, and help Akwa United to the win like a true leader.
Silas Nwankwo – Nasarawa United
Pure magic. Nasarawa United are full on in the race for a continental spot, and Nwankwo’s brace was the icing on the cake of a fantastic performance against Wolves.
Charles Atshimene – Akwa United
Akwa United fly high in the table, now one point ahead of Kano Pillars, thanks to an overall impressive team performance, in which Atshimene twice got his name on the scoresheet.