Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022

Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022

Ranks the top 10 male African players in the world during the calendar year. this Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022 prove how Africa blessed with good player and talented enough to compete with the world market.

Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022

01 Sadio Mane

Mane, who narrowly missed making our top three, failed to uphold his lofty standards over the last 12 months and even referred to the 2020–21 season as his worst ever.

Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022
Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022


Even though he admitted to having some self-doubt, which is a tribute to his high standards, he still finished the year with 11 goals and an additional seven assists.

He has already scored seven goals this season, helping the Reds back to the title race. He also seems to be in a good position to help Senegal win their first African championship at the Africa Cup of Nations later this month.

02 Mohamed Salah

Although Salah’s 2021 can be divided into two parts, the Egyptian superstar’s goals and match-winning performances have remained a constant throughout a stellar year in which he further cemented his status as Africa’s best player.

He concentrated on turning around Liverpool’s disastrous season in the latter half of 2020–21, with a string of inspirational performances—and 31 goals—as the Reds eliminated Leicester City from the Champions League qualifying spots.

Salah has been focused on assisting Jurgen Klopp’s team, who are finally free of the injury issues that hindered them last season, return to the top of the Premier League this season, therefore the goals have been even more relentless.

03 Edouard Mendy

African football was outraged by Mendy’s exclusion from the Ballon d’Or shortlist, and the Senegal goalkeeper unquestionably merited more praise than he received for his debut season with Chelsea.

The goalkeeper further established himself under Thomas Tuchel’s early leadership after setting multiple records in his first few months at Stamford Bridge in late 2020.

He not only started the Champions League final as the first African goalie, but he also took home the trophy as Chelsea overcame Manchester City to claim the top prize in the European competition.

Although his save to stop Karim Benzema against Real Madrid in the semifinal should have earned him more Ballon d’Or honors, Mendy was unbothered in the championship game.

04 Riyad Mahrez

Mahrez’s season last year was the one Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022 in which he really established himself as a player who could decide important games rather than just add flair to them.

Consider contrasting Pep Guardiola’s ill-fated Champions League elimination of Manchester City by Olympique Lyonnais in the 2019–20 season with the semifinal doubleheader versus Paris Saint–Germain earlier this year.

Mahrez had some of the best performances by an African player at the crunch stage of club football’s major competition in those games, where he scored three of City’s four goals across both legs.

When City faced a strengthened PSG club again, he overtook Lionel Messi with his five goals in six UCL group stage games this season.

The 30-year-old seems to be at the top of his form as City attempt to defend their Premier League title with nine goals and nine assists in 15 league games so far this season.

05 Hakimi

Although Hakimi’s transition to Paris Saint-Germain hasn’t quite gone according to plan, there is hope that the Ligue 1 powerhouses will still contend for the top prizes this season.

Although the right-back left Internazionale over the summer, there have still been some standout performances from him, including the two goals against FC Metz in September and a wonderful, energetic performance down PSG’s right side as they defeated Manchester City in the Champions League.

The Moroccan international shown his capacity to affect the closest games during the title run-in, so Parisians will be eager to witness the skill Hakimi displayed during Inter’s title-winning campaign on a regular basis at the Parc des Princes.

06 Kalidou Koulibaly

Despite competition from Joel Matip, Koulibaly is still the best African center-back in world football. He also kept his spot in the ESPN FC 100 this yearMchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022.

Although he finished seventh this time around, down from fourth in 2020, Napoli still values him highly.

The 30-year-season old’s high point came late in Napoli’s comeback triumph against Juventus in September. He also played a key role in the Partenopei’s 12-game winning streak to open the year.

In fact, throughout the first 11 games in which Koulibaly played, they only allowed three goals and had eight clean sheets, despite a considerable decline in performance following a recent injury setback.

Napoli has dropped three of their past four games without the Senegal goalkeeper.

07 Sebastian Haller

Haller, like Dennis, is reestablishing himself in the game after a failed transfer to West Ham United and a £45 million price tag that weighed heavily on him.

Despite receiving the Premier League Goal of the Month award in December 2020, he signed at Ajax in January and had an immediate impact, scoring 11 goals in 19 games to win the Eredivisie.

Haller has made up for lost time in the Champions League this season despite the Europa League disaster, in which a club administrative oversight prevented him from being registered for the knockout rounds Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022.

Only Cristiano Ronaldo has ever scored in every game of a group stage, but Haller leads the league in goals scored with 12 through 17 games played in the Eredivisie.

08 Franck Kessie

Kessie has improved his game to a new level over the past 12 months, and Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in signing him.

He has continued to gain respect at the San Siro and had a great start to the 2020–21 campaign as AC Milan tried to reclaim the top spot in the Italian game.

While Kessie has proven to be a capable leader and game-changer in the biggest games, replacing the impact of the aging and more prone to injury Zlatan Ibrahimovic, his defensive skills were never in question.

Stefano Pioli, the Milan coach, told reporters earlier this year that “Franck is a complete player.” “He offers us physicality, energy, and quality, bolsters our defense, and coordinates our forward motions as well Mchezaji Bora Wa Africa Wa Mwaka 2022.

09 Osimhen Victor

Osimhen, a second African star at Napoli whose injury issues have hampered their championship campaign, began to settle into Serie A in 2021 following a difficult transition into life in Italy in 2020.

To be fair to Osimhen, he has had challenges in Napoli, including a high transfer fee, a coronavirus diagnosis, injuries, and the firing of his coach Gennaro Gattuso, but he has flourished under Luciano Spalletti.

Before suffering a horrific injury against Internazionale last month, Osimhen was averaging a goal every other game in Serie A after starting the season with a run of nine goals in eight games across all competitions.

10 Emmanuel Dennis

Dennis is having a fantastic comeback in the Premier League with Watford, edging off fellow Nigerian attackers Taiwo Awoniyi and Dominic Solanke to place in the top 10.

The attacker gained notoriety for storming off the Club Brugge team bus before a Champions League match against Borussia Dortmund because he discovered that someone else was sitting in his seat, as 2020 came to a close. It was a ridiculous outburst on the striker’s part that enabled questions about his character off the field to overshadow his abilities on it.

He failed to score in nine Bundesliga games while on loan at FC Koln, ending the 2020–21 season without scoring a single league goal in either Germany or Belgium.

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