Super Falcons star Asisat Oshoala celebrates Barcelona's league triumph with classy dance moves.
Super Falcons of Nigeria star Asisat Oshoala tied her personal best in terms of goals scored as Barcelona defeated Sporting de Huelva 3-0.
With four games remaining, the Nigerian, who came on as a substitute in the second half, sealed the victory for Jonatan Giraldez's team and helped them win the title for a record eighth time.
Before Geyse Ferreira made her debut, Jana Fernandez and Laia Codina had given Barca a two-goal lead inside Estadi Johan Cruyff.
Oshoala, who had been set up by Fernandez, beat goalkeeper Zala Mersnik with a few seconds left.
The current African Women's Player of the Year has scored 20 goals so far in the 2022–23 season, matching her previous high for league goals in a single league season.
She achieved the same feat last season with the same number of appearances, scoring 20 league goals in the 2019–20 season from 19 league games.
Oshoala reached the milestone this time in 24 games, and if she scores once in Barcelona's next four games (against Real Sociedad, Sevilla, Athletic Club, and Madrid), she may surpass this total.
She falls curiously three shy of Alba Redondo's 23 goals in the battle for Liga F's Golden Boot.
The 28-year-old and Brazilian Geyse Ferreira, who scored 20 goals in 27 games for Madrid CFF last year, shared the award.
Asisat Oshoala shows off dance moves
Oshoala during the celebrations was captured in a video by the Barcelona official social media platforms showing her dance moves.
Super Zee is known to have a jovial personalities and was smiling while dancing and celebrating with her teammates.
Barcelona and Oshoala now turn their attention to the Uefa Women's Champions League final at the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven where they are slated to face either Wolfsburg or Arsenal on June 3, shortly after the league season is over.
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It will be the fourth European final for the Nigerian striker who in 2021, became the first African woman to win the UEFA Champions League.
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The winner of the Wolfsburg vs Arsenal semifinal tie will face either of Oshoala's Barcelona or Chelsea, in June 3rd's final in Eindhoven.