Ghana striker Jordan Ayew maintained his scoring form for Crystal Palace, powering them to a 1-0 win over Aston Villa with a sumptuous assist from fellow countryman Jeffrey Schlupp.
John Antwi stole the headlines in Egypt with an amazing double to send Pyramids FC to the semifinals of Egypt Cup on Saturday.
Majeed Ashmeru and Caleb Ekuban opened their scoring accounts with Red Bull Salzburg and Trabzonspor respectively while Joseph Aidoo and Salisu Mohammed maintain solid form in defence for Celta Vigo and Real Valladolid respectively.
Below is footballmadeinghana.com’s Ghanaian Players Abroad WK4 Best XI in a 4:3:3 system:
Richard Ofori (GK) – Maritzburg United: Ofori was in post for the Blue and Whites as they slipped by a loan goal to Black Leopards in the PSL. He’s however the only Ghanaian goalkeeper in a top flight league to have played 90 minutes for his side.
Enock Kwateng – Bordeaux: For the second time running, the Ghanaian defender was in full time action for his side as they grabbed a point at the Groupama Stadium against Olympique Lyonnais. Kwateng was amazing with his crosses and his tackles were apt.
Lumor Agbeyenu – Real Mallorca: The Black Stars defender lasted the entire 90 minutes of the game for Real Mallorca as they lost 2-0 away at Valencia. His performance was up to the bill.
Joseph Aidoo – Celta Vigo: Aidoo continued his fine form for Celta Vigo as they shared the spoils away with Sevilla. He played the full duration of the game for Celta Vigo.
Salisu Mohammed – Real Valladolid: The 20-year old lasted the entire duration of the game as his side dropped down by 2-0 to Levante. He was a delight to watch again despite his side going down.
Aziz Tetteh – Gaziantep: The Essien-like midfielder was in full time action for his side in their 1-1 stalemate with Sivasspor. Aziz was aggressive and intelligent in midfield and stood out exceptionally with his passes and defensive duties.
Majeed Ashmeru – Red Bull Salzburg: The hardworking midfielder stole the headlines in Austria with a marvelous outing for Red Bull Salzburg in their 5-1 win over Swarovski Tirol. Majeed scored the opener for his side in the massive away win.
Mubarak Wakaso – Deportivo Alaves: The industrious midfielder lasted the full duration of the game and suffered a yellow card as his Deportivo Alaves side drew 1-1 away with Getafe.
Caleb Ekuban was on target for Trapzonspor in their 1-1 draw with Fenerbahce at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium. Caleb lasted the full duration of the game.
Jordan Ayew – Crystal Palace: Jordan scored the only goal of the game for his side to help them secure a win over his former side Aston Villa. He was in an amazing form as he kept tormenting the defenders of Aston Villa.
John Antwi – Pyramids FC: The Ghanaian striker hit a double to send his side to the semifinals of the Egypt Cup on Saturday afternoon. He was voted Man of the Match for staging such a wonderful performance.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter