#1 Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)Bony netted his first Premier League goal of the season on Saturday as he got the curtain raiser in Swansea's 2-1 defeat by Stoke City. The strike was the Ivorian's first in the English top flight since the 31st of October 2016 where, remarkably, he netted a brace for Stoke City against current employers Swansea!
#2 Kevin-Prince Boateng (Eintracht Frankfurt)Ghanaian midfielder Boateng was on target again for Frankfurt as he scored the winner in the 2-1 win over Hertha Berlin on Sunday in the Bundesliga. The 30-year-old got his third strike of the season to help Niko Kovac’s men past the Blue-Whites and extend their impressive away form. They've now gone unbeaten in four matches.
#3 Knowledge Musona (Oostende)Zimbabwean attacker Musona was on targert for Oostende in thier 1-1 draw against Sporting Charleroi in the Belgian First Division on Friday. The 26-year-old got his fourth of the campaign on his 15th apperance as he looks to better his tally of 10 goals in 29 matches last season.
#4 Victor Moses (Chelsea)
#5 Nicolas N'Koulou (Torino)
#6 Nicolas Pepe (Lille)
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#7 Joseph Aidoo (Genk)Ghanaian defender Aidoo endured mixed emotions for Genk as he scored an own goal and then grabbed a consolation in their 3-2 loss at Mechelen in the Jupiler League on Saturday. The 22-year-old summer signing from Hammarby has been in scintillating form for Genk since his arrival, and has now scored twice in 13 appearances to date.
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#9 Mame Biram Diouf (Stoke City)In the same fixture, Diouf completed Stoke's fight back at home against the Swans. The forward, converted to a wing-back role, continued to flourish in his new position as he grabbed his fourth of the campaign and is just one goal away from matching last season's tally.
#10 Elvis Manu (Genclerbirligi)Manu opened his Genclerbirligi account with a brace in the Super Lig in their impressive 4-0 win over Sivasspor. The Ghanian attacker lasted the whole match, while his compatriot Kamal Issah was an unused substitute.