Many Nigerian players were in action for their respective clubs in the past week.
The top performers made TheCable’s team of the week.
Daniel Akpeyi [Chippa United]
Against Kaizer Chiefs, Akpeyi was brilliant and succeeded in keeping a clean sheet.
Kenneth Omeruo [Leganes]
Omeruo appears to have finally found his bearing in Spain. He was rock solid for Leganes against Girona.
John Ogu [Hapoel Beer Sheva]
The versatile Ogu was full of energy in the pulsating game at Beitar Jerusalem.
Semi Ajayi [Rotherham United]
Mr Utility of Rotherham United hardly put a foot wrong in the stalemate with Blackburn Rovers.
Wilfred Ndidi [Leicester City]
One of the best defensive midfielders in the English Premier League, Ndidi put up an excellent display for the Foxes in the goalless draw at home to Burnley.
Joel Obi [Chievo Verona]
Troubled Chievo Verona needed a lift on Sunday and Joel Obi offered it with an all-round show and a goal.
Victor Osimhen [Sporting Charleroi]
The U17 World Cup goal king showed enough quality as Sporting Charleroi fought back from a goal down to edge Club Brugge 2-1. He provided an assist in the match.
Samuel Chukwueze [Villarreal]
Chukwueze was on song for Villarreal in the four-goal thriller at Rayo Vallecano.
Henry Onyekuru [Galatasaray]
He ran the show for Galatasaray in the Turkish Super Lig game against Kayserispor. His brace was breathtaking.
Blessing Eleke [Luzern]
When a substitute becomes the game changer for his team with a goal and well-crafted assist, he deserves some accolades for his effort. Eleke was dangerous in the 4-1 win at Lugano.
Ebere Onuachu [Midtjylland]
Ebere proved himself with a goal for Midtjylland in their 5-0 demolition of Vejle in the Danish Super Ligaen.