GPL WK8 Best XI: Victorien Adebayor and Ibrahim Osman shines, Raddy Ovouka continues impressive form

Match day 8 saw Inter Allies picking up their first away win of the season with a victory over Eleven Wonders, Victorian Adebayor walked home with another MVP.

Ibrahim Osman also makes his first ever appearance in the team of the week after scoring two and assisting one.

Below is our Best XI of the Week in a 4-2-3-1 system:

Prince Asempa (Bechem United ) : Although Bechem United lost in the die embers of the game, Prince Asempa was outstanding for the Hunters on the day. He was the reason why Medeama left it late before finally getting the breakthrough.

Kwadwo Amoako ( Ashantigold) – The right back was solid against Hearts of Oak. He kept Joseph Esso quite on the flanks. Helped Amos Nkrumah whenever the team’s launch an attack.

Raddy Ovouka ( Hearts ) – Fantastic display by the Hearts of Oak left back. Ovouka won almost all the battle against Amos Nkrumah on the left side. Very good when attacking.

Abdul Jalil (Dreams) – The defender had a very good day at the office. He never give Elvis Kyei and Tamimu Muntari a breathing space. He won most of the aerial duels at the back.

Zakaria Fusseini (Chelsea) – The most consistent and impressive centre back in the league. He won the game for his side with a beautiful free-kick. He was ever present at the back to make sure they keep another clean sheet.

Mark Aquah (Dwarfs) : Won the man of the match in the game against Aduana Stars. The anchor was the link between the defense and midfield of Ebusua Dwarfs. He was everywhere on the pitch

Micheal Amoah ( Dwarfs) : Broke the deadlock of the game for Ebusua Dwarfs with a great strike. His combination with Acquah in midfield was a delight to watch. They combined very well to stop the threat of Aduana.

Ibrahim Issah ( Dreams) : Opened the scoring for Dreams Fc against Liberty Professional after he was left unmarked in the penalty box. Was a thorn in the flesh of Liberty Professional defenders. Was named man of the match after the game.

Elvis Kyei Baffour (Liberty Professionals) : The youngster was at his best for scientific lads despite ending the game in the losing side. Converted a beautiful penalty to compensate for his great performance.

Victorien Adebayor ( Inter Allies) : The man of the moment. The Nigerien international was once again at his usual best. Bagged a brace to help Inter Allies to clinched an important away win. He was named the man of the match after the game.

Ibrahim Osman (King Faisal ) : He was surprisingly left on the bench for the game against Olympics. But his introduction changed the face of the game for King Faisal and gave them hope in the game. He scored twice to levelled matters before setting up another goal for Yahaya Baba. Despite ending on the losing side Osman’s second half Impact can never be overlook.

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