5. Caroline Graham Hansen Caroline Graham Hansen is a 26-year-old Norwegian professional soccer player currently playing as a winger for FC Barcelona and the Norway women's national team. Hansen started her professional professional football career with Stabæk. She played for Norway at the international youth team, and made her first appearance for the senior team in 2011.
Title-holders On Tuesday, FC Barcelona Women began the UEFA Women's Champions League in style, defeating Arsenal Women 4-1. Nigerian Asisat Oshoala returned to haunt her old team with a goal and an assist in their first group match. Arsenal suffered their first defeat since February as the mighty and prolific LaLiga champions got off to a flying start in the new 16-team group stage.
Super Falcons forward, Asisat Oshoala was in fine form as Barcelona tore Manchester City apart in the quarter final of the UEFA Women's Champions League on Wednesday afternoon.
Nigeria's senior women football team captain, Asisat Oshoala, scored a brace as Barcelona Femení defeated Real Sociedad women team 10-1 to create history and win the first-ever Women's Supercopa de España! Oshoala had netted once during Thursday's 3-2 win over fiercest rivals, Atletico Madrid, in the semifinals match of the competition. The four-time Women African Player of the Year award winner continued her brilliance by scoring a brace in Sunday's demolition of Real Sociedad. Oshoala scored her first o
Super Falcons and Barcelona striker, Asisat Oshoala continued from where she stopped last week as she scored once and got two assists in Barcelona's 6-0 Spanking of Sevilla in the Spanish Iberdrola. The Super Falcons striker scored her eight goal of the season The four-time African Women's Footballer of the Year has been in scintillating form for Barcelona Asisat Oshoala came on as a second half substitute, a role she has been playing recently and made instant impact for Liuis Cortes' team. In the FIFA awards,
Super Falcons striker Asisat Oshoala is among the fifty nominees for the UEFA fans women team of the year, 2020. The 26 year old forward who scored twice in six league appearances for FC Barcelona ladies this season is the only African shortlisted among the fifty women nominated by UEFA. Oshoala was also nominated with two of her Barcelona Feminine teammates, PSG, Lyon, Arsenal, Chelsea, Wolfsburg and Juventus players for one striking positions in the team of the year. For forwards, Asisat Oshoala has represented
Super Falcons skipper Asisat Oshoala has continued her impressive run of scoring goals with fun in the Spanish top flight. Asisat Oshoala was in the book for the right reason as Barcelona Femeni maintained an impressive start to the season. The Nigerian golden girl scored her second goal of the season as the Catalan giants put up a dominating display against the Real Betis Ladies. Oshoala scored one of the goals in a 5-0 thumping in Saturday’s Spanish Primera Iberdrola encounter held inside Ciudad Deportiva
Super Falcons striker, Asisat Oshoala scored her 13th goal of the season for FC Barcelona as Barcelona got a 4-1 victory over Real Madrid in the women's El Classico The Nigerian who dedicated her last two goals to her late stepmother has been in form this season. The Nigerian striker scored twice on Sunday afternoon as Barcelona remain rooted on top of the Spanish Iberdrola table following a flawless campaign so far The first women's Classico was played last year on October 4, 2020 and the Falcons captain failed
Asisat Oshoala reactions after winning UEFA Women’s Champions League for the first time with Barcelona 4-0 win over Chelsea in the final at Gamla Ullevi Stadium on Sunday night.The 26-year-old Nigeria international was named on Barcelona’s bench after recovering from a foot injury.Barcelona women had taken a first-minute lead at the Gamla Ullevi after Melanie Leupolz turned the ball into her own net before Alexia Putellas, Aitana Bonmati and Caroline Graham Hansen also fired past goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger in the first half to end the ambitions for Chelsea.
Barcelona Femeni FC have defeated Real Madrid by 4:1 on Sunday at the Johan Cruyff Stadium. It was Nigeria’s Asisat Oshoala who helped her team as she netted a brace in the entertaining encounter. However, Alexia Putellas opened the scoring just 14 minutes into the first half through a powerful shot. This was followed 3 minutes later by another thrilling goal from Jenni Hermoso after Oshoala was unlucky with her effort. In the 37 minutes, the Nigerian scored after a brilliant cross from Caroline Graham Hansen
It seem the Champions League Trophy want to be anywhere but not in the hands of Spanish club Barcelona hands as the women half of the Catalan football giant has fallen to defeat against German club Wolfburg, after suffering a 1-0 loss, and crashing out of the champions league, This is coming after the male team lost in a quarter final bout to eventual winner Bayern Munich in an 8-0 thriller. But unlike their male counter part, the female team didn't ship in a lot of goals as they lost via a solitary strike from,