Super Falcons star, Asisat Ashoala was in action tonight as she featured in Barcelona's Women UEFA champions League clash against Hoffenheim Women at the Johan Cruyff Stadium. Her side put up a remarkable performance at their home stadium as they thrashed their visitors 4-0 to secure all three points.
Jennifer Hermoso and Alexia Petullas (2) both got on the scoresheet in the first 45 minutes of the match to give the Catalans a well deserved 3-0 lead at half time.
Marta Torrejon got on the scoresheet in the second half of the match by scoring effortlessly from Alexia Petullas pass in the 74th minute, bringing the scoreline to 4-0 at full time.
Asisat Ashoala failed to score a goal or register an assist tonight as she finished with a low 6.3% rating for her performance against Hoffenheim Women. Nevertheless, her presence on the field of play heavily contributed to her team's impressive win at home.
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