Marc Vivien Foe Award 2020: Victor Osimhen, Best African Player of the French Ligue 1 Championship

At 21 years, Nigerian international Victor Osimhen is the youngest player to win the Marc vivien Foe prize awarded to the best African player of the French ligue 1 championship.

Victor Osimhen had a great season at Lille (LOSC) with 13 goals and 4 assists in 27 games. He beats the Algerian Islam Slimani of Monaco and the Moroccan Reims Yunis Abdelhamid, all shot listed after being pitted with 11 other Africans of the french ligue 1 championship.

FRANCE: Discover The 11 Nominees Of The Prestigious Marc Vivien Foe Award

Final votes

1. Victor OSIMHEN (Nigeria/Lille LOSC) – 284 points
2. Islam SLIMANI (Algérie/AS Monaco) – 95 points
3. Yunis ABDELHAMID (Maroc/Stade de Reims) – 89 points
4. Habib DIALLO (Sénégal/FC Metz) – 52 points
5. M’Baye NIANG (Sénégal/Stade rennais) – 43 points
6. Idrissa GUEYE (Sénégal/Paris SG) – 37 points
-. Hamari TRAORÉ (Mali/Stade rennais) – 37 points
8. Denis BOUANGA (Gabon/AS Saint-Etienne) – 27 points
9. Edouard MENDY (Sénégal/Stade rennais) – 24 points
10. Andy DELORT (Algérie/Montpellier HSC) – 13 points
11. Moses SIMON (Nigeria/FC Nantes) – 10 points

Victor Osimhen is known for his physical and technical qualities. Swift at the ball, his qualities are said by many sports pundits to suite the English Premier League championship.
He succeeds another former Lille FC player, Nicolas Pépé who after his 2019 triumphs today sells his trade at Arsenal in the EPL.




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