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Andre Ayew and Rabiu Mohammed make Europe’s Team of the Week
By Ameenu Shardow
Ghanaians; Andre Ayew and Rabiu Mohammed have made it into Europe’s first XI team of the week.
Ayew won his spot on the left-side of the star-studded midfield following his heroics over the weekend against Toulouse where he scored two goals for Olympique Marseille in their 2-1 win.
He is partnered in midfield by Chelsea’s Frank Lampard and of Jens Hegeler Hannover while Rabiu Mohammed plays in the holding role.
Rabiu got the second of Evian’s four against Nice to provide the Roses with more impetus in their fight against relegation.
The midfield is aided by a defence made up of Bayern Munich’s Philip Lahm, Florian Jarjat of Troyes, Marek Suchy of Spartak Moscow and Fiorentina’s Manuel Pasqual with Bologna’s Dejan Stojanovic in post.
The team of the week’s two-prone attack is led by Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge and Sloan Privat of Sochaux.
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