- Nnadozie gets the spot in goal
- Ekong shines in defence
- Iwobi & Nwakali partner in midfield
- Sasere leads the attack.
- Here’s the Nigerian Team of the Week.
GK - CHIAMAKA NNADOZIE - PARIS FC
Super Falcons goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie kept a clean sheet as Paris FC secured a crucial [0-4] away win at Rodez that sealed their place in the UEFA Women's Champions League next season.
LWB - BRUNO ONYEMAECHI - BOAVISTA
Ever the marauding full-back, Bruno Onyemaechi created three good goalscoring chances for Boavista in their impressive [4-1] win at Chaves.
CB - ASHLEIGH PLUMPTRE - LEICESTER CITY
Ashleigh Plumptre delivered one of her best performances of the campaign, winning three tackles and six duels to help Leicester City keep a clean sheet en route to a [0-1] away victory at Brighton that secured their top-flight status for another term.
CB - WILLIAM TROOST-EKONG - SALERNITANA
William Troost-Ekong scored his first-ever Serie A goal, added four clearances, and came out on top in six duels to power Salernitana to an excellent [3-2] victory against his former employers, Udinese.
CB - IGOH OGBU - SLAVIA PRAGUE
Igoh Ogbu impressed in a defence that kept another clean sheet as Slavia Prague ended the season on a high with a huge [4-0] win over Slovacko.
RWB - HAMDI AKUJOBI - ALMERE CITY FC
Hamdi Akujobi completed five tackles and created one chance as Almere City FC secured an aggregate [3-2] win over FC Eindhoven to advance to the second round of the Dutch playoffs.
CM - ALEX IWOBI - EVERTON
Alex Iwobi was an ever-reliable presence in midfield for Everton, creating two chances, completing two dribbles, and winning four duels to help the Toffees claim a hard-fought [1-0] victory over Bournemouth that helped them avoid relegation from the English Premier League.
CM - KELECHI NWAKALI - SD PONFERRADINA
Kelechi Nwakali was in his best element on Sunday as the Super Eagles midfielder provided two assists for SD Ponferradina in their [4-1] win at Sporting Gijon.
ST - FUNSHO BAMGBOYE - FC RAPID BUCURESTI
Funsho Bamgboye stole the show in Romania as he netted a thrilling hat-trick for FC Rapid Bucuresti in their stunning [1-5] away win at FCSB.
ST - FRANKLIN SASERE - FC VADUZ
Franklin Sasere enjoyed an unforgettable day in the Swiss Challenge League as he scored four times to propel FC Vaduz to a crushing [1-6] triumph over Neuchâtel Xamax.
ST - VICTOR OSIMHEN - SSC NAPOLI
Victor Osimhen took a major step towards becoming the first African to win the top scorer award in Serie A history as he took his tally for the season to 25 goals with a brilliant brace for Napoli against Bologna in a [2-2] draw.