Ghanaian striker Joel Fameyeh has been named in the Best African XI to have played in the Belarusian Premier League.
The 22-year-old spent a total of four seasons in the top-flight and played for two clubs.
Fameyeh first landed in Belshina in 2016 where he scored five goals in 12 appearances before signing for Dinamo Brest.
He played three seasons for where he raked in 30 goals and 12 assists in 94 matches.
The former Asokwa Deportivo star won the FA Cup on two consecutive seasons in 2017 and 2018.
He moved to Russian side FK Orenburg for the 2019/20 season.
African Best XI in Belarus
Goalkeeper: Issa Ndoye (Senegal)-'Slavia' (2017)
Left back: Godfrey Stephen Bitok (Nigeria)- Isloch (2019-present)
Central defender: Gabi Kiki (Cameroon)- Dnipro (2017-18), Dynamo Brest (2018 - present)
Central defender: Umaru Bangura (Sierra Leone)- Dynamo Minsk (2014-16)
Right back: Paul Bebe King (Cameroon) Neman (2015-19)
Defensive midfielder: Pascal Mendi (Senegal)- Partizan (2010), Dynamo Brest (2011), Torpedo-BelAZ (2012-13)
Midfielder: Bruno Mbanangoy (Gabon)- Dynamo Minsk (2006-09, 2011-12)
Midfielder: Adam Soro (Côte d'Ivoire)- MTZ-Ripo (2006-08), Minsk (2009-11), Shakhtar (2013-14), Neman (2015)
Midfielder: Abubakar Camara (Guinea)- MTZ-Ripo (2007-11), Minsk (2012)
Striker: Momo Yansane (Guinea)- Isloch (2019 - present)
Striker: Joel Fameyeh (Ghana)- Belshina (2016), Dynamo Brest (2016-19)