Asisat Oshoala, Super Falcons striker, shares photo of where her football career started

Asisat Oshoala, Super Falcons striker, shares photo of where her football career started

- Asisat Oshoala is a Nigerian female footballer who currently plays for Barcelona

- Despite the challenges faced, she went on to become a famous footballer

- She has however shared photo of where her footballer career started in Nigeria

Super Falcons' striker Asisat Oshoala has taken to social media to share photo of the pitch where her football career started before soaring to the zenith.

Oshoala is arguably the best female forward in Africa considering her success in football winning many awards for herself.

The 24-year-old was named best player and was the highest goal scorer at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.

There were reports years back that Oshoala incurred the wrath of her parents when she dropped out of school to pursue a football career.

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And it was at FC Robo that Asisat Oshoala really started her football career in 2009 and she was there until 2013.

Her superb goal scoring sense paved ways for her to join Rivers Angel in 2013 and it was actually in Port Harcourt Oshoala became a famous footballer.

She spent only two years with Rivers Angel before moving to Liverpool Ladies in 2015 and also played for Arsenal Ladies in 2016 from where she moved to the Chinese Super League.

Oshoala who currently plays for Barcelona Female team has now looked back on how her career started in football and however thanked God for the success so far.

Earlier, had reported how Nigeria’s Super Falcons suffered a 0-1 defeat to France in their last group game at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup on Monday night, June 17, at Roazhon Park.

The encounter saw the Falcons win the first corner of the contest after three minutes through Francisca Ordega, but nothing came out of it, with France clearing their lines. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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