Black Stars forward Antoine Semenyo has secured the coveted title of AFC Bournemouth's Player of the Month for November.
The Ghanaian international's stellar performances during the month garnered an impressive 38.6% of votes, beating tough competition from Marcus Tavernier (30%), Dominic Solanke (17.1%) and Ryan Christie (14.3%).
Semenyo's exceptional month was marked by consistent excellence as he played a crucial role in all three games, contributing to AFC Bournemouth's ascent up the EPL table with two wins and a lone defeat.
The 24-year-old forward showcased his diverse skill set by not only providing a crucial assist but also finding the back of the net in the victories against Newcastle United and Sheffield United.
Despite a valiant effort, Bournemouth's sole defeat in November came against the reigning champions, Manchester City.
Semenyo's stellar performances did not go unnoticed, as he earned two nominations for the Player of the Match award during the month, further solidifying his impact on the pitch.
The Cherries, currently riding a wave of success, have extended their unbeaten run to an impressive five games, a testament to the collective prowess of the team.