The team of journalists from African Football put their heads together to select 11 players as well as a few on the bench to make up the African Football Team of the Week for 13-15 March 2015 including Ghana striker Jordan Ayew.
1-Moez Ben Cherifia (Tunisia & Esperance de Tunis)
A fantastic match-winning display for Esperance away at Cameroon’s Cosmos de Bafia in the CAF Champions League.
2-Mehdi Benatia (Morocco & Bayern Munich)
Helped Bayern Munch to another convincing 4-0 victory in the Bundesliga.
3-Efe Ambrose (Nigeria & Glasgow Celtic)
Ambrose helped Celtic to gold in the Scottish Cup final.
4-Ludovic Sane (Senegal and Bordeaux)
Sane was on target for Bordeaux as his side stunned giants PSG and won 3-2 in the French League.
5-Joel Matip (Cameroon & Schalke)
Matip netted in Schalke’s 2-2 draw with Hetha Berlin.
6- Gianelli Imbula (eligible for DRC & Marseilles)
Gianelli Imbula had a great game for his club against Lyon. He is still eligible to play for Belgium, France or DR Congo.
7- Max Gradel (Ivory Coast & Saint-Etienne)
Gradel continued his exceptional form for Saint-Etienne, scoring the opening goal in their 3-2 away win over Metz in France’s Ligue 1 on Saturday.
8-Jordan Ayew (Ghana & Lorient)
Jordan Ayew found the back of the net and provided a vital assist to help Lorient beat Caen 2-1.
9-Brown Ideye (Nigeria & West Brom)
The Nigerian forward scored the winner against Stoke City with a very good header.
10-Vincent Aboubakar (Cameroon & FC Porto)
Cameroon striker Vincent Aboubakar scored FC Porto’s only goal of their victory over Arouca on Sunday.
11-Sadio Mane (Senegal & Southampton)
Sadio Mane played a key role for Southampton in their 1-1 draw against English Premier League leaders Chelsea on Sunday.
12-Yannick Bolasie (DRC & Crystal Palace)
13-Bertrand Traore (Burkina Faso & Vitesse)
14-Emad Motaeb (Egypt & Al Ahly)
15-Carlos Kameni (Cameroon & Malaga)
16-Wahbi Khazri (Tunisia & Bordeaux)
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