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Ghanaian winger Fatawu Issahaku named in Championship team of the week

Ghana international Abdul Fatawu Issahaku has been named in Sofascore’s Championship team of the week. 

Fatawu Issahaku helped Leicester City to secure victory over Norwich City in the English Championship on Monday.

The 20-year-old starred as the Foxes recovered from a series of defeats to beat Norwich City on Easter Monday.

Issahaku lasted 88 minutes and was replaced by James Justin in a game the hosts dominated at the King Power Stadium.

After the game, the Black Stars winger took to social media to express his joy as his side bounced back to winning ways.

Norwich City opened th4 scoring after 20 minutes into the game through Gabriel Sara but the Foxes pulled parity 13 minutes later through Kenan Dewsbury-Hall.

Putting on a stellar performance, the home team scored two additional goals to seal win to secure maximum points in the second half.

Goals from Stephy Mavididi and veteran forward Jamie Vardy ensured Leicester City beat Norwich City 3-1 on home turf.

Issahaku made three key passes, had 69 touches, 72 percent pass accuracy, two accurate long balls, and one big chance created.

The former Dreams FC midfielder is currently on loan at the English outfit with Leicester having the option of making the deal a permanent one.

Below is the team of the week:

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