#WorldCup2014: Enyeama Named Africa’s Best Player So Far #ShineOnNigeria

The latest Castrol Index released by FIFA has named Vincent Enyeama Africa’s best player in the tournament so far. After an outstanding performance in the group stage of the World cup, FIFA ranked the Lille OSC goalkeeper fifth in the 10-man list.

 Check out full list below:

Karim Benzema, France (9.77) points

Robin van Persie, Netherlands (9.72);

Arjen Robben, Netherlands (9.67);

David Luiz, Brazil (9.63);

Vincent Enyeama, Nigeria (9.59)


Ivan Perisic, Croatia (9.56);

Enner Valencia, Ecuador (9.53);

Guillermo Ochoa, Mexico (9.49);

James Rodriguez, Colombia (9.46);

Phil Jagielka, England (9.44).

FIFA.com will be publishing the latest Castrol Index after every round of matches at this FIFA World Cup….

Source: NETNG

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