- Asisat Oshoala scored a goal for Barcelona in their emphatic win against Real Betis
- The Nigerian striker has been incredible since she moved to the Spanish team
- The game ended in a convincing 5-0 win for Barcelona as they maintained their 100% record in the league
Asisat Oshoala was on Saturday afternoon, October 31, in fine form as Barcelona defeated Real Betis 5-0 away from home in Spanish Women's League encounter.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria striker made it 3-0 for her team in the 46th minute just after the start of the second half.
Goals from Aitana Bonmati, Mariona Caldentey, Caroline Graham and Jenni Hermoso completed the rout for Barcelona who are the reigning league champions and are unbeaten so far this season.
Oshola’s goal was her second league goal of the season as she also found the back of the net in Barcelona’s last league game which ended in a 6-0 win at CD Sporting Huesca.
She was however withdrawn from the game against Real Betis with 20 minutes left to play.
Barcelona top the league table with 12 points as they have a perfect record having won all their four opening games of the new campaign.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that 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.
Kheira Hamraoui scored the second goal for Barcelona in the 8th minutes before Putellas made it three six minutes to the half time break.
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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.
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