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ASISAT OSHOALA

OSHOALA

ASISAT OSHOALA
Date of birth
09/10/1994
Original of
Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria

Seasons at the club
2019 - 2021
Line up
Striker
Asisat Oshola is one of the best African players in the world. The striker has been chosen as African Player of the Year on no less than four occasions (2019, 2014, 2016 and 2017). The year 2014 was a stellar one for the Nigerian as she also claimed the Ballon d’Or and the Golden Shoe at the U20 World Cup. Oshola has great experience despite her youth having played for Arsenal in 2016 alongside Vicky Losada and for Liverpool the previous year in the English top division of Women’s Football.

During a spell in China she was top scorer in the 2017 Superleague. The striker comes to FC Barcelona on loan from Chinese club Dalian Quanjian and was presented as a Barça player on 31 January 2019.

Oshola is a quick and strong striker who during her spell in China demonstrated her nose for goal.

2 Spanish League
1 Spanish Supercup
2 Cup's of Catalunya
1 Spanish Queen's Cup
1 Champions League

She was part of the first team in the history of the club to win the UEFA Womens Champions League. She also went down in football history by winning the first treble in club history. Establishing FC Barcelona as the first team in the world with trebles in men's and women's teams.

Aiteo Award for Best CAF Player 2017; BBC Footballer of the Year 2015, Queen of The Pitch Award 2014; African female footballer of the year: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019; African female player of the year 2014; Golden Ball of the 2014 African Women’s Championship; Golden Boot of the 2016 African Women’s Championship; 2014 U-20 Women's World Cup gold boot; 2014 U-20 Women’s World Cup Gold Ball; Top scorer in the 2017 Chinese Women's League

CAREER
  • FC Robo (2009-2013)
  • Rivers Angels (2013-2015)
  • Liverpool Ladies (2015-2016)
  • Arsenal Ladies (2016-2017)
  • Dalian Quanjian FC (2017-2019)
  • FC Barcelona (2019-...)
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS
  • World Cup 2019, 2015
  • Cyprus Womans Cup 2018
  • Africa Cup 2018 (Winner)
  • Under 20 World Cup 2014 (runner-up), 2012.
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