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LaLiga launches award for top-performing African stars.

2022-01-21 02:21:00 PM

LaLiga launches award for top-performing African stars.

Football fans will be able to vote on LaLiga’s social media platforms for the African stars they feel have had the best season to date.

The list includes Moroccan goalkeeper Yassine “Bono” Bounou, who has been one of the most influential players in LaLiga this season.The 30-year-old has played 20 games for Sevilla in LaLiga and the Uefa Champions League, and conceded just 13 goals in more than 1 800 minutes of play to help propel Sevilla to the second spot on the LaLiga standings.

Other Moroccan stars at Sevilla are Munir El Haddad and Youssef En-Nesyri, who last season scored back-to-back hat-tricks in the league.There is also rising FC Barcelona star Abde Ezzalzouli, who is also from Morocco.The 20-year-old winger has played his first minutes in the Barcelona first team this season under legendary coach Xavier Hernández, and has quickly established himself as a fan favourite with his exciting performances.

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Some of LaLiga’s biggest African stars are representing their countries at the Afcon tournament in Cameroon. The list includes Moroccan goalkeeper Yassine “Bono” Bounou, who has been one of the most influential players in LaLiga this season. The 30-year-old has played 20 games for Sevilla in LaLiga and the Uefa Champions League, and conceded just 13 goals in more than 1 800 minutes of play to help propel Sevilla to the second spot on the LaLiga standings. Other Moroccan stars at Sevilla are Munir El Haddad and Youssef En-Nesyri, who last season scored back-to-back hat-tricks in the league. There is also rising FC Barcelona star Abde Ezzalzouli, who is also from Morocco. The 20-year-old winger has played his first minutes in the Barcelona first team this season under legendary coach Xavier Hernández, and has quickly established himself as a fan favourite with his exciting performances. Elsewhere in the Spanish top flight, Nigerian striker Samuel Chukwueze has made a welcome return to the Villarreal team – and to the LaLiga scoring charts – this season after a long injury. Chukwueze has been joined at Villarreal this season by Senegalese attacker Boulaye Dia. READ:  First SA-based LaLiga camps send kids into a frenzy Atlético Madrid’s Central African Republic midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has become an influential figure for coach Diego Simeone this season, and recently scored his first LaLiga goal for the club. Togolese centre-back Djené Dakonam continues to be a pillar for Getafe and has racked up more than 200 league appearances. Ghana midfielder Iddrisu Baba has been one of the standout performers for Real Mallorca this season on their return to LaLiga. Deportivo Alaves midfielder Mamadou Loum, who is part of the Senegal squad at Afcon, has also made a name for himself in Spain this season. LaLiga Southern Africa managing director Marcos Pelegrin said: “Africa’s football stars have added such huge entertainment and quality to LaLiga over the years, with players such as Samuel Eto’o, Thomas N’kono, Seydou Keita, Frederic Kanoute and Michael Essien just some of those who have enjoyed great success in Spain. As LaLiga’s African audience continues to grow and the influence of the continent’s players becomes even greater, we are launching this Mid-Season LaLiga African MVP award as just one of the ways in which we are celebrating Africa’s massive contribution to the league. We encourage fans to get involved and vote for their favourite stars who have performed consistently well in LaLiga this season.” . Fans who participate in the voting stand a chance to win one of three official LaLiga match jerseys, including the winning player’s jersey, as well as three official LaLiga match balls and two LaLiga African merchandise bundles.   Delivering the