Asisat Oshoala remains Barcelona Femeni highest goal scorer as they beat Real Madrid in the El Clasico clash to claim the Spanish title with six games remaining

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Asisat Oshoala leads the League’s goal scorers as Barcelona Femeni won their most recent El Clasico match against Real Madrid 5-0 to win the Spanish title with six games to spare.

Asisat Oshoala leads the goal scorers as Barcelona Femeni beat El Clasico 5-0 to claim the Spanish title with six games remaining

When Madrid arrived at the Estadi Johan Cruyff on Sunday, they were 27 points behind Barca, and the gap between the two teams was obvious from the start.

The hosts led 2-0 at halftime thanks to a brace from Alexia Putellas, and goals from Patricia Guijlarro, Babett Peter, and Jennifer Hermoso in the second half ensured they secured the Primera Division title in style.

Barcelona’s hegemony over Spanish football continues

Barcelona has already won the Spanish domestic championship three years in a row, and they have won all 24 of their games so far this season.

With an astounding + 130 goal difference, Lluis Cortes’ side is 22 points ahead of Real Sociedad in second place, and the club also leads the goals and assists tables.

Asisat Oshoala leads the league in goals with 19, followed by her teammates Lieke Martens, Putellas, Hermoso, and Claudio Mina, who round out the top five scorers in the league.

Putellas and Martens are tied for first place with 13 assists each, while Caroline Hansen, Fridolina Rolfo, and Guijlarro are the three players behind them.

Barca will go for a triple for the second time in a row

In 2020-21, Barca Femeni became the first team in history to win the triple, and they are on track to do so again this season.

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Now that they have secured the league title, the Blaugrana can turn their attention to a Copa de la Reina quarter-final meeting with Sociedad.

In the final eight of the Champions League, another meeting with Real Madrid looms huge, with Barca currently seeming unstoppable on both the local and European platforms.

Asisat Oshola

Asisat Oshola is regarded as one of Africa’s top players. On four separate occasions, the striker has been named African Player of the Year (2019, 2014, 2016 and 2017). The Nigerian had a fantastic year in 2014, winning the Ballon d’Or and the Golden Shoe in the U20 World Cup. Despite her youth, Oshola has a lot of experience, having played for Arsenal alongside Vicky Losada in 2016 and Liverpool the year before in the English top tier of Women’s Football.

Asisat Oshoala leads the goal scorers as Barcelona Femeni beat El Clasico 5-0 to claim the Spanish title with six games remaining

She was the highest scorer in the 2017 Superleague during a stint in China. The striker joined FC Barcelona on loan from Dalian Quanjian in China and was introduced as a Barça player on January 31, 2019.

Oshola is a speedy and powerful attacker who showed her goal-scoring instincts during her time in China.

She was a member of the club’s first ever UEFA Women’s Champions League-winning side. She also made football history by being the first woman to win the treble in the club’s history. FC Barcelona became the first team in the world to win a treble in both men’s and women’s teams.

Asisat Oshoala Daughter

According to all accounts, the Nigeria Super Falcons player and former African Footballer of the Year was a child pregnancy victim before pursuing football as a vocation.

Asisat Oshoala leads the goal scorers as Barcelona Femeni beat El Clasico 5-0 to claim the Spanish title with six games remaining

Many of us were surprised when the 24-year-old disclosed her first kid to the public on social media, as Oshola’s daughter is a full-grown girl.

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Oshoala was allegedly sarcastically encouraged by a Nigerian female fan to get pregnant for Lionel Messi so that the next Messi may be born in Nigeria. That’s incredible, right?

Are you curious as to why she said that?

She was responding to an Instagram image in which Asisat posed with Messi in honor of his record-breaking 6th Ballon d’Or win in Paris, France.

Asisat Oshoala Husband

This babe appears to have succeeded in concealing anything related to her husband – or, in her daughter’s case, the man who conceived her.

Everything on the internet is just rumors and jokes.

Take, for example, Oshoala’s post on Instagram in January this year inviting her family and friends to her wedding the following month.

The Barcelona sensation announced her wedding date as February 30th, 2020 in a picture she uploaded. The second month of a leap year, obviously, concludes on the 29th. Isn’t it cool that the former Arsenal and Liverpool woman has her own calendar?

In 2017, Asisat Oshoala and Abu Azeez of the Shooting Stars Football Club hinted that they were planning to marry soon.

Asisat Oshoala Stats

Competition – Team11
Primera División Femenina – FC Barcelona161935911892
Supercopa Femenina – FC Barcelona21253
UEFA Women’s Champions League – FC Barcelona311122153
Competition – Team
Friendlies Women – Nigeria1190
Women’s International Champions Cup – FC Barcelona2268

Asisat Oshoala Net Worth

According to Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb, and other online sources, Asisat Oshoala’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 and $5 million as of 2019. In the previous year, Oshoala’s net worth was estimated to be between $100,000 and $1 million. Asisat’s net worth for the current year, 2020, is still being assessed.

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Of course, she made all of that money as a professional football player for Nigeria’s Super Falcon and her current club, FC Barcelona Femen.

Asisat Oshoala Salary

According to Godwin Enakhena, chairman of MFM FC of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), Oshoala received N7 million each month, nearly seven times more than she did at Arsenal Ladies.

The only thing we know about Asisat Oshoala’s salary in Barcelona is that she received a significant raise in February 2020.

This occurred as a result of a pay and conditions collective agreement reached by Spain’s top women’s division, which guarantees a minimum salary of 16,000 euros for female footballers.

Asisat Oshoala Foundation

Oshoala is a role model for aspiring female footballers; with the cooperation of the Lagos state government, she established the Asisat Oshoala Foundation to assist young people in pursuing their football dreams and provide them with the opportunities she never had.

Barcelona and Asisat Oshoala signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Barça’s official licensee in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2019.

Asisat Oshoala leads the goal scorers as Barcelona Femeni beat El Clasico 5-0 to claim the Spanish title with six games remaining

In December, she organized the Football4girls competition in Lagos, with the goal of bringing promising female footballers to the forefront.

Asisat confirmed her stepmother’s death in January 2021. “Had two mothers, now I’m left with just one,” Oshoala posted on her Instagram Story.

All Achievements & Awards

  • African Women’s Championship (4 times): 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Runner-up: 2014
  • Rivers Angels: Nigerian Women’s Championship: Winner, 2014
  • Nigerian Women’s Cup: Winner, 2013, 2014
  • Arsenal
  • FA Women’s Cup: Winner, 2015–16
  • Dalian Quanjian F.C.
  • Chinese Women’s Super League (1): 2017
    FC Barcelona
  • Primera División: Winner, 2019-20
  • UEFA Women’s Champions League: Runner-up, 2018-19
  • SupercopaFemenina: Winner, 2020
  • Aiteo CAF Best Player Award 2017(Female Category)
  • BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year: 2015
  • Queen of The Pitch Award: 2014
  • African Women’s Footballer of the Year: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
  • African Women’s Youth Player of the Year: 2014
  • African Women’s Championship Golden Ball: 2014
  • African Women’s Championship Golden Boot: 2016
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Golden Boot: 2014
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Golden Ball: 2014
  • Chinese Women’s Super League Top scorer: 2017

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