- Rasheedat Ajibade has started reaping the blessings of joining Atletico Madrid women's team
- Las Colchoneras thumbed Levante 3-0 to win the maiden edition of the Spanish Super Cup title
- The Super Falcons forward was in action for just eight minutes after replacing Ajara Nchout
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Barely three weeks after joining Atletico Madrid Femenino, Nigerian star Rasheedat Ajibade has already clinched his first career title.
The 21-year-old former FC Robo Queens star tasted action for just eight minutes in the game after coming on in the 82nd minute.
Although her introduction later on in the game didn't produce any goal, coach Dani Gonzalez's ladies already won the game from the opening half.
Two superb goals from Cameroon international Ajara Nchout and one from Deyna Castellanos powered Las Colchoneras to victory in the maiden edition of the cup competition.
The 28-year-old also had a hand in her side's third goal as they cruised to an emphatic 3-0 win over Levante earlier this weekend.
Ajibade confirmed her move to the Primera Division side from Norwegian topflight Avaldnes on January 1 and she is already reaping the dividends for her action.
The forward ran out of a contract with her former last December and they refused to extend her stay despite helping them to finish fifth last term having joined them on a two-year deal from Nigerian side Robo Queens in December 2018.
She will represent the Spanish outfit for the next two years and will also have the chance to play against compatriot Asisat Oshoala who plays for FC Barcelona Femeni.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria international Rasheedat Ajibade has completed a big move to Spanish giants Atletico Madrid with the Super Falcons star signing a two-year deal with the club.
This is a dream move for the Nigerian female player as she will now be joining Super Falcons teammate Asisat Oshoala in the Spanish League.
She is one of the best female footballers in Nigeria considering her achievements so far in the Super Falcons and all the clubs she has played for.
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