Currently Nigeria Ranked Single English Premier League Players

In this post ” Currently, Nigeria Ranked Single English Premier League Players “. You will know the different Nigerian English players and their current rank.

Does Alex Iwobi hold off the chasing pack after returning to the summit last week?

Everton played a goalless draw at Fulham last weekend, with Alex Iwobi appearing for 90 minutes.

List Of Nigeria-Ranked English Players

1. Alex Iwobi

Despite a somewhat underwhelming performance in Everton’s 0-0 draw with Fulham, Iwobi maintains his lead due to the absence of a storming performance from the chasing pack.

The attacking midfielder narrowly maintains the first place.

2. Malcolm Ebiowei

The wide attacker played in Crystal Palace’s 1-0 loss to Everton the week before but was an unused substitute in the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Southampton.

Ebiowei has only played in two Premier League games this season, so he is still on the bench.

3. Wilfred Ndidi

Ndidi returned to the Leicester City bench against Manchester City but did not play in the 1-0 loss to Pep Guardiola’s men.

The Foxes’ anchorman, who last appeared for them in early October, is out this week.

4. Carney Chukwuemeka

The young teen did not play in Chelsea’s 4-1 loss to Brighton at the weekend, which resulted in this week’s drop.

5. Emmanuel Dennis

The young teen did not play in Chelsea’s 4-1 loss to Brighton at the weekend, which resulted in this week’s drop.

6. Kelechi Iheanacho

After a disappointing October in which he played only 21 minutes, Iheanacho got a 20-minute cameo against old rivals Manchester City at the end of the month.

‘Senior man’ had an encouraging period against Pep Guardiola’s men and could have scored (he shot at goal twice) or set up the equalizer after picking out Patson Daka with a quality ball late on.

This week, the forward is rising from the second bottom.

7. Frank Onyeka

After an encouraging cameo in Brentford’s 1-1 draws with Wolverhampton Wanderers, Onyeka retains his place.

After being introduced, the midfielder made a few interceptions and looked to get involved.

8. Dominic Solanke

Solanke, like Onyeka, is still on the bench after playing 89 minutes in Bournemouth’s 3-2 loss to Tottenham Hotspur.

The forward was questionable for the game due to an injury, but he played well at the Vitality Stadium.

9. Tosin Adarabioyo

Despite a strong individual performance against Leeds United the week before, the Fulham center-back was rested for the game against Everton.

Adarabioyo falls after missing out on a goalless draw at Craven Cottage.

10. Taiwo Awoniyi

Awoniyi’s previous ascension to third place has been followed by this week’s drop following a difficult afternoon at Arsenal.

The striker huffed and puffed but was ultimately unable to make an impact in North London before being substituted in the 64th minute.

11. Michael Olise

This week, Palace’s playmaker rises after a solid performance in the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Southampton.

Before his late withdrawal, Olise appeared to be positive in possession and tried to make things happen in the final third.

12. Eberechi Eze

While Eze’s performance was not bad, he falls this week due to Joe Aribo’s strong performance at Selhurst Park.

In Crystal Palace’s 1-0 win over Southampton, the midfielder created two chances and shot at goal twice.

13. Joe Aribo

Aribo may have been on the losing side, unable to prevent Patrick Vieira’s men from winning their third home game in a row, but his strong performance earns him the spot in place of Eze.

The attacker was inventive in South London and was unlucky not to register his first assist of the season for the Saints.

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