The performance of the 23-year-old for Stromsgodset affirms his class with a magnificent display at Fredrikstad.
His good anticipation and alertness was beneficial for Stromsgodset which helped them to pick that vital point at the fine and enterprising newcomers.
You can expect Kwarasey to pick up the Black Stars first choice slot.
Leicester City picked only their second win of the Npower Championship season with a 3-2 win over Southampton.
Though Goran Eriksson’s defenders were generally below par, John Pantsil distinguished himself.
Leicester profited hugely from his worthy experience which helped him to curtain the razor-blade attacks from Southampton.
He occasionally run out to join the attack which resulted in one of their three goals.
Vorsah had an excellent game once again this weekend and was rock solid in defence even though the Hoffs defence erred. He kept his composure and mopped up incursions from Wolfsburg.
Daniel Addo continues to be the eye of the Zorya FC set up. Last week they conceded three goals at home to Arsenal Kiev yet he showed maturity and calmness in times of desperation.
Kryvbas could have scored more but for Addo’s quick thinking, they had very few chances to make.
During his period of absence, Standard Liege defence played lackluster games. His return to full fitness has plucked Liege back to winning ways.
The former Real Madrid Castilla defender came close with some delightful shots at goal. Liege’s 1-1 draw at a determined Germinal Beerschot side could be credited to Opare.
After spending some time on the Dnipro bench, Samuel Inkoom has returned to Juande Ramos’ first team set up in style.
He was in blistering shape in their 4-0 drubbing by Dinamo Kiev on home grounds. He was a constant threat on the right flank and eagerly sought the ball from defence.
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The utility man proved his quality for Lierse which recorded a slim 1-0 loss at Gent.
His better positioning and understanding of the game provided strong link ups with the Lierse attack but they fired blank.
Operating in the heart of midfield, he raised his game for Stromsgodset and was bright, alert and quick to spot any space in midfield.
Abu had the better of Fredrikstad midfield. A form which could see him earn another called up to the Black Stars.
Splendid, outstanding, classic, terrific! Just find the words to describe Ishmael Yartey.
His 24th minute goal was just the replica of Lionel Messi’s opener against FC Porto in the Uefa Super Cup in midweek.
Yartey continues to silence his critics and improve week-in, week-out.
The Genoa loanee had been sensational for Sassuolo in the TIM Cup and he has now translated that form to the Serie B.
He scored one of the goals for in their 3-1 raiding of Necorine on Saturday.
Genoa are in no doubt happy with the three goals scored in three games by the 18-year-old prodigy.
After struggling several weeks in search of his season opener, Albert Adomah hit the form and scored a delightful 45th minute to help Bristol City draw 1-1 with Doncaster Rovers.
The 23-year-old is set to prove why he should remain in the Black Stars.
Team of the Week: Kwarasey-Isaac Vorsah, Daniel Addo, John Pantsil, Daniel Opare- Samuel Inkoom, Rahim Ayew, Mohammed Abu, Ishmael Yartey-Albert Adomah, Richmond Boakye-Yiadom.
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