The Team-of-the-Week will see players of Nigerian descent feature.
Ayo Simon Okosun and Luke Amos, both of Nigerian descent deservedly earned their spots after scintillating shows for Midtjylland and QPR respectively.
Futbalgalore.com picks its Team-of-the-Week after monitoring the performance of Nigerian stars abroad over the weekend.
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Sebastian Osigwe (Kriens, Switzerland)
For the Vaduz team, it was impossible to go past Sebastian Osigwe who was in superb shape as Kriens won 1-0.
Stanley Amuzie (Aluminij, Slovenia)
Amuzie manned the Aluminij defence on the left-back and was involved in the sequence of play that secured victory against Triglav.
Stephen Eze (Lokomotiv Plovdiv, Bulgaria)
He was a towering pillar at the back for Lokomotiv Plovdiv as they edged Slavia Sofia 3-2 in a close contest. The Kano Pillars defender dealt superbly with the Slavia Sofia attack and thwarted most of their moves upfront.
Afeez Aremu (Start, Norway)
Aremu limited Hamarkameratenw chance in attack with his increadible man-marking abilities and timely clearance.
Ramon Azeez (Granada, Spain)
The midfielder distinguished himself with his impressive surging runs and making. He produced the match winner against Reading. It is about time Gernot Rohr takes a look at him.
Ayo Simon Okosun (Midtjylland, Denmark)
Okosun was in his usual best shape. It was no surprise when he gave himself the best birthday gift with a beautifully taken match winner against Nordjaelland.
Yusuf Otubanjo (LASK Linz, Austria)
The forward has promised goals for LASK fans in the 2019/20 season. He scored a superb goal for LASK on Saturday.
Peter Eneji (Senica, Slovakia)
Eneji came off the bench and showcased an eye-catching display for Senica with a goal in the win over Trencin.
Blessing Eleke (Luzern, Switzerland)
Eleke underlined his scoring credentials once more with a well struck spot kick after working so far hard for Luzern in their 2-0 humbling of St.Gallen.
Luke Amos (QPR, England)
The Spurs loanee confirmed his readiness for the 2019/20 Championship campaign with a double for QPR at Oxford United.
Jerome Akor (Sogndal, Norway)
With his contract due to expire at the end of the moment, Akor chose the perfect moment to strike break a four-match goal drought. He did it in style with a double against Tromsdalen.