Photo Credit : Sky Sports Barcelona Ladies trashed Arsenal Ladies 4-1 in the UEFA Women's Champions League encounter on Tuesday . Nigerian striker Asisat Oshoala was named as the most valuable player of the match, after scoring one and created another two against his former team. The Spanish side dominated the game from start to finish and their performance proved they are miles above other teams in Europe This season.
Despite the several challenges Nigeria is currently facing, Nigeria remains one of the countries with the most productive and most talented citizens in the world. The 2020/2021 season is quite a blissful one for Nigerian footballers across the world as many have made the country proud by making histories, breaking records, and lifting trophies for their respective football clubs.
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.
The Spanish Champions Barcelona continued their impressive run in the UEFA Women's Champions League as they claimed a 4 - 0 win over English Champions Chelsea in the final of the competition.Before the encounter at Gothenburg, the Barcelona ladies were the favourites to clinch the title for the first time due to their experience in the competition.
Barcelona women made history, as they became the first Spanish women side to win the UEFA Women Champions League after trashing Chelsea 4-0.The La Liga champions scored all four goals inside 36 minutes, as they showed why they are one of the best in the world.
Checkout photos of Asisat Oshoala and her Barcelona team mates celebrating their title win in a pool
FC Barcelona women's team were Crowned Champions of the 2020/2021 Laliga Women's League after defeating Tenerife in their 26th match of the season.FC Barcelona Female team won the league Trophy after playing 26 games so far losing none and drawing none, scoring 128 goals and Conceding just 5.
UEFA Women's champions League 2020/21 edition has come to the Semi Finals stage where Chelsea, Barcelona, Baryern Munich and Paris Saint Germain Women are trying out their luck to find replacement for Olympic Lyonnais Women who are defending champions but already out of the race this season.
1. Ifeoma Nnenna Dieke Ifeoma Nnenna Dieke is a 40-year-old Scottish professional footballer currently playing for Apollon Ladies FC as a football defender. Born on 25 February 1981 in Amherst, Massachusetts, United States, Dieke is of Nigerian descent. Dieke was eligible to play for Scotland, United States of America and Nigeria at the international senior level.
Nigerian forward Asisat Oshoala is well known across Africa for her excellent performances and goals for her country.The Barcelona Women's striker is the continent's most famous figure in women's football and she continues to grow in popularity.
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.
English Women's Premier League giants Chelsea football club defeated German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich Ladies 4-1 on Sunday afternoon, in the return leg of the Semi-final of the UEFA Women's Champions League, to book their spot in the Final of this season's competition.Emma Hayes led team continue their impressive run of form, as they overturned their last week defeat to the same opponent, to book their spot in the Final of the competition.
Super Falcon striker Asisat Oshoala poses with Nigeria flag after her team Barcelona Femeni won the Copa de la Reina in Spain yesterday. It was a treble winning season for Asisat and her Barcelona side having already won the UEFA Women champions league and the Spanish women league title .
The UEFA Women's Cup which is presently called The UEFA Women's Champions League is an international women's association football competition that involves the top club teams from European countries.This year, there will be a new name on the trophy as Lyon's five-year reign is over after they lost in the quarter-finals to Paris Saint-Germain.
Football is a sport mostly watched by the public because it brings people together; no matter their individual differences and most importantly it is being played by men and women. The fun and excitement that comes from the top flight leagues that are played by different big clubs makes their fans stay glued to their TVs.
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.
After Barcelona Women Defeated Manchester City Women 3 - 0 Today, In The UEFA Champions League, This is Their Match Analysis.Today, Barcelona Women were in action against Manchester City, in the UEFA Women champions league, and Barcelona trashed them 3 - 0.
UEFA Women's Champions League edition for 2020/21 season is in it's Final stage and only the best are ready to fight for the big Prize.The UEFA executive committee on 29 May 2019 in Baku have reached a resolution to stage the Final of the Women's Champions League In the heart of Sweden and this verdict hasn't changed.
European football's governing body UEFA postponed three ma jor European finals over the coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement on Monday. UEFA have issued a statement announcing that the finals of these two competitions, together with the Europa League, will be played on a new, yet to be decided, date is still unknown. The men's and women's Champions League finals, along with the Europa League, will not be played in May as originally planned, but will take place on a new, yet to be decided, date. Th
According to the European football governing body confirmed that the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, UEFA Europa League Final and the UEFA Champions League Final are all postponed. On Monday evening according to the statement released , UEFA said: "As a result of the COVID-19 crisis in Europe, UEFA has today formally taken the decision to postpone the following matches, originally scheduled for May 2020: UEFA Women’s Champions League Final UEFA Europa League Final UEFA Champions League Final He als