Asisat Oshoala continued her impressive start in the Spanish Women’s League scoring twice in her first start for FC Barcelona Women who lost 3-2 at home to against Recreativo Huelva game on Wednesday reports Completesports.com.
Oshoala who joined Barcelona for the remainder of the 2018/19 season from Dalian Quanjian FC opened scoring for the Barça Women after 16 minutes to hand her side the lead into the break.
In the second half,Huelva scored three goals in just nine minutes through Raquel, Anita and Flor.
The three time Africa Womens Player of the year reduced the deficit to 3-2 in the 84th minute. The strike took Oshoala’s tally to three in two games for Barcelona.
Oshoala was also cautioned in the defeat.
The defeat was the first for Barça this season in the League and it also ended a four game winning streak.
FC Barcelona, 2-3 Recreativo Huelva
FC Barcelona: Tajonar, Marta Torrejón, Van der Gragt (Mapi León, min. 67), A. Pereira, Melanie (Alexia, min. 67), Hamraoui, Losada, Andonova (Aitana, min. 58), Martens, Oshoala and Pina (Mariona, min. 58).
Recreativo Huelva: Sara Serrat, Pavel, Cinta, Meryem, Anita, Flor (Lice, min. 78), Ludmila (Kornievets, min. 89), Patri, Castelló, Sandra Bernal and Raquel.
Goals: 1-0, Oshoala (min. 16); 1-1, Raquel (min. 58); 1-2, Anita (min. 61); Flor (1-3, min. 67); 2-3, Oshoala (min. 84)
Official: González González.
Yellow cards for Melanie, Oshoala, Van der Gragt and Meryem.
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