- Sporting Huelva vs Barcelona's game ended 6-0 on Sunday, October 18
- Asisat Oshoala scored a goal for Barcelona in this encounter
- The Nigerian striker has been incredible since he move to the Spanish team
Nigerian striker Asisat Oshoala was on Sunday afternoon, October 18, in fine form as Barcelona defeated hosts Sporting Huelva 6-0 in Spanish Women's League encounter.
Having lost their last topflight game, Sporting Huelva went into this encounter with the hopes of getting a win against Barcelona, but they were unable to even score a goal.
Super Falcons star Asisat Oshoala scored the first goal for Barcelona female team in the 4th minute after getting a superb assist from Costa.
The goal Oshoala netted was an incredible one and stands a chance of being picked as one of the best goals of the season.
Kheira Hamraoui scored the second goal for Barcelona in the 8th minutes before Putellas made it three six minutes to the half time break.
On resumption, the home team tried all they could to change their fortunes in the game having conceded three goals, but they were unable to do anything.
Mariona scored the 4th goal for Barcelona and it was Hansen who netted the fifth goal in the 76th minute before Costa eventually got her name in the scorers' sheet in the 78th minute.
This is a big win for Asisat Oshoala and her teammates at Barcelona.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian striker Asisat Oshoala who currently plays for Barcelona's female team has explained that her parents never wanted her to play football while growing up in Lagos.
Oshoala is among the best female strikers in the world considering what she has achieved since she started her football career on the streets of Ikorodu in Lagos.
Today, the 26-year-old Super Falcons' star has acquired so much money through football thanks to her superb goal-scoring skills on the pitch.
But the journey was not rosy for Oshoala due to the pressure she faced from her parents who only wanted her to focus on her studies.
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