Super Falcons of Nigeria captain Asisat Oshoala has reacted after netting a goal for Barcelona Women in their 3-0 victory over Manchester City, to help the team to set a new record in the UEFA Women Champions League at U-Power Stadium in Italy on Wednesday afternoon.
Asisat Oshoala who has been superb for the Spanish Femenina League Champions since the beginning of the season was able to net her 4th goal in her last 4 matches, to help Barcelona defeat the English League giants.
The former Liverpool Ladies star opened scoring for her team in the first half of the game, and her goal means she has netted Barcelona's 100 goals in the history of the UEFA Women Champions League, and the defeat has also condemned Manchester City ladies to their heaviest defeat in the competition's history.
Reacting after netting a goal in Barcelona's victory over Manchester City to help her team to set a new record, Asisat Oshoala posted on her verified Instagram handle that;
"Good team effort to take the first leg 💪🏿.... VAMOS 🔵🔴🔵🔴🔵🔴 UEFA Women's Champions League."
Reacting to Asisat Oshoala's post, Barcelona ladies star Andrea Pereira, Poco Lee and fans reacted by commenting to praise the Nigerian star.
Congratulations to Barcelona Women and Asisat Oshoala on their new milestone.
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