Thomas Partey, Mohammed Kudus, other in-form players named in Top 10 Best Ghanaian Players Abroad

Football News Thomas Partey, Mohammed Kudus, other in-form players named in Top 10 Best Ghanaian Players Abroad

Following a successful end to another football-packed weekend, SofaScore has put together the Top 10 Best Ghanaian Players Abroad.

The list put together for Modernghana Sports has in-form midfielder Thomas Partey and unstoppable Mohammed Kudus who continue to be the poster boy for Ajax in the ongoing football season.

Despite the inclusion of the two key players in the Top 10 Best Ghanaian Players Abroad, they are beaten to the Number 1 spot by Philip Gameli Awuku.

The youngster was in action for Tuzlaspor on Saturday and netted the winning goal for the side against Genclerbirigi in the Turkish Lig 1.

After his outstanding display in that game, Philip Awuku earned a top rating of 8.2 to establish himself as the best-performing Ghanaian player Abroad for the weekend that covered the period between March 3 and March 5.

Courtesy of his goal for Los Angeles FC in the 3-2 win against Portland Timbers, Kwadwo Opoku also did enough to make it into the list.

He is second on the list and is followed by Abu Francis, Mohammed Kudus, and David Atanga to complete the top five.

Meanwhile, the list also has Ajax star man Mohammed Kudus. The forward was not at his best on Sunday but did enough and scored the crucial goal for his team to secure three points for the side in the Dutch Eredivisie match against NEC.

Other players making the list include Ransford Yeboah, Albert Adomah, Nicholas Opoku, and Latif Blessing.

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From the information gathered, the likes of Thomas Partey, Mohammed Kudus, and a few others on the list will be invited by Black Stars head coach Otto Addo for the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualification matches against Angola on March 23 and March 27.

The first leg will be played on March 23 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo

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