Super Falcons forward Asisat Oshoala continued her impressive form for Barcelona Femeni getting a double in her team’s win Madrid CFF.
Oshoala who has been in fine goalscoring form this season scored the first two goals as Barcelona defeated Madrid CFF by four unreplied goals.
It was a game in which two Super Falcons were in action from the start with Chidinma Okeke returning to the starting line-up for Madrid while Oshoala maintained her place and it was only a matter of time before she struck.
— FC Barcelona Femení (@FCBfemeni) October 26, 2019
Oshoala scored twice from two good cutbacks and almost added a third but for good goalkeeping from the Madrid CFF goalkeeper who rushed off her line to deny the Nigerian a hat-trick after which she was then substituted.
Oshoala’s brace takes her tally for the season in the league to seven goals.
Meanwhile, in an unfortunate turn of events, her compatriot Okeke who also started the match for Madrid CFF was hauled off after picking up a nasty injury.
Never let a stumble in the road be the end of the journey. I will be back stronger and better for @MadridCFF. Despite my injury, it felt great seeing my big Nigerian sister @AsisatOshoala. Thanks for being an inspiration! #madridcffbarca #PrimeraIberdrola #Nigeria pic.twitter.com/ObO1KGhusR
— Okeke Chidinma (@OkekeChidinma12) October 27, 2019
Still in Spain, Osinachi Ohale was in action for CD Tacon as her side lost 3-1 to RC Deportivo away from home.
Alice Ogebe scored a hat-trick for Real Betis II in their 9-0 win over San Miguel. The Super Falcons forward is expected to begin Primera Division action in January when she officially gets registered.
Super Falcons midfield duo of Halimatu Ayinde and Ngozi Okobi were in action for Eskilstuna United playing the entire duration of the match in what was the final game of the Swedish Damallsvenskan season.
It all ended in praise, 4th position with a medal.
All glory to God almighty for life.
Thanks to all of you that have been there for us since the beginning of the season, @tuna12eskilstuna and to my lovely team mates @eskilstunaunited I love ? you all,
S.A.M.B.A all the way ? pic.twitter.com/byPHHejH8g
— ngozi okobi (@NgoziOkobi) October 26, 2019
It ended 1-1 with a deserved away point as Okobi and Ayinde’s Eskilstuna United finished fourth on the log in the 2019 league season.
In Portugal SC Braga forward, Chinaza Uchendu was an unused substitute in Braga’s 3-0 win away from home.