Victorien Adebayor once again staged another stupendous performance for Inter Allies despite their inability to beat Elmina Sharks at the Accra Sports Stadium to appear in the team of the week for the second time.

Ibrahim Danlad kept yet another clean sheet to become the youngest goalkeeper in the Ghana Premier League yet to concede a goal after 4 games while Kwabena Adu powered Bechem United to steal a point at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium from King Faisal.

In a 3-4-3, below is FootballMadeInGhana’s Best XI of the Ghana Premier League after Match Day 4.

Danlad Ibrahim (GK) – Berekum Chelsea: Danlad is one of the two players to have maintained their stay in our the of the week from the Best XI of Week 3. The young goalkeeper kept another clean sheet and guided Chelsea to hand Dreams FC their first defeat of the season.

Kwadwo Amoako – AshGold: A brilliant outing from the right back. He was stupendously impressive for his side and guided them to earn a point in Accra from Legon Cities FC.

Zakaria Fuseini – B. Chelsea: Zakaria was at his best again, stopping Dreams FC from stealing at least a point from Berekum. He was the main block between his side and Dreams FC and won the player of the match after pipping the visitors.

Jamaldeen Haruna – Great Olympics: Wondering with his aerial balls, great timing and thunderous perfection of set pieces. Jamaldeen won the MVP after his side lashed Karela United 2-0.

Justice Blay – Kotoko: Despite losing to Medeama by a lone goal, Blay had a brilliant game. He stole the show as he revisited his former side. His performance was top.

Cletus Nombil – Dreams FC: A wonderful display in midfield for the visitors, staged a brilliant outing, created several chances and gave the Match Commissioner headache in choosing the player of the match.

Prince Baffoe – Eleven Wonders: The former Inter Allies and Asante Kotoko midfielder stole the show in Techiman. He’s the reason his side was able to stop the free scoring Aduana Stars. His leadership on the field and sumptuous display of experience was amazing.

Abdul Mugees – Eleven Wonders: He’s the reason Eleven Wonders recorded their first win of the season over the dreaded Aduana Stars. He was absolutely unstoppable and a thorn in the flesh of Aduana Stars. He emerged the player of the match.

Victorien Adebayor – Inter Allies: The Tema-based side lost but Adebayor was outstanding. He scored and provided an assist for his side’s second goal. He was on top of his game.

Prince Adu Kwabena – Bechem United: For Bechem United to steal a point at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium from King Faisal, Adu had to score twice. He found the back of the net on two occasions to level matters for the visitors to deny King Faisal their first win of the season.

Abdul Razak Yusif – Great Olympics: Razak scored Oly’s second goal in grand style. Picked his way between two defenders, outrun them, stepped on the ball beautifully and slotted the ball home to give Oly their second goal. Despite scoring, he was a definition of trouble for the Karela United defenders.