Oshoala Asisat has set records at the UEFA Women’s Champions League final [2018/2019] being the first Nigerian and first Barcelona player to score in the final of the competition.
The 24-year-old featured in only the last three minutes but she managed to score a late consolation goal in the Blaugranes’ 4-1 loss to Lyon in Budapest.
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Scope FC of Lagos has won the maiden edition of the Trophy five-a-side grassroots tournament tagged, Field of Honour, at the Campos Mini-Stadium, Lagos Island.
The competition was held for 11 weeks and amongst 1, 080 teams.
The Trophy five-a-side tournament is a variation of association football, in which each team has five players, with four being outfield players and one goalkeeper.
In the third place match, Amsterdam FC of Obalende won Rovers FC 6-0 to emerge as bronze winners shortly before the fiercely contested final in which Scope FC of Lagos beat Ifayemi FC of Ile-Ife 2-0.
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Nigeria’s Super Falcons have emerged as champions of the 2019 West African Football Union (WAFU) Women’s Cup tournament in Abidjan.
The Nigerian women on the 18th of May  edged host nation Cote d’Ivoire 5-4 after penalty shootout in an interesting final match at the Stade Robert Champroux.
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