Midfield dynamo Andre Dede Ayew has been named again as one of the 11 players who glittered after second round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil following his good display against Germany.
Ghana midfielder Dede Ayew was ranked among the 11-man squad named by the Federation of International Football Association after the second round of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The 11 players were selected according to their performances in their various positions after the second round ended.
The Olympic Marseile player distinguished himself in Ghana’s two all draw against Germany on Saturday and crowned his good display with the goal that brought life back into the Ghana team.
He is one of the six players who have been named again in the FIFA team of the second round following their good performances: Vincent Enyeama of Nigeria, David Luiz of Brazil, Phil Jagielka of England, James Rodriguez of Colombia, Robben Van Persie of Netherlands are the remaining five.
The players whose positions have been taken over are Mehrdad Pooladi of Iran, Geoff Cameroon of USA, Hector Herrera of Mexico, Xherdan Shaqiri of Switzerland and Thomas Muller of Germany.
They have been replaced by Ricardo Costa of Portugal, Serge Aurier of Ivory Coast, Ivan Perisic of Croatia, Mathieu Valbuena and Karim Benzema both from France
In post is Vincent Enyeama who topped all the goalkeepers to make the list, David Luiz, Phil Jagielka, Ricardo Costa and Serge Aurier, will complete the defence, in midfield is Ivan Perisic, Mathieu Valbuena, James Rodriquez, Andre Dede Ayew and in attack is Karim Benzema and Robben Van Persie.
The player rating was done by Castrol, Official Sponsor of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, experts in using pioneering technology and data analysis to understand the performance of their oils and have used similar expertise to create the Castrol Index, the definitive system for rating player performance.
The analysis takes into consideration, every pass, tackle and move on the field is measured and assessed to see if it has a positive or negative impact on a team’s ability to score or concede a goal. The team of Castrol Performance Analysts crunch all the data to award each player a Castrol Index score out of 10 – the stronger the player’s performance, the higher their score.