Asisat Oshoala goals this season – 2023/24

Asisat Oshoala goals this season – 2023/24
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There is no stopping Asisat Oshoala goals this season as well as Barcelona Femeni in Spain.

The 2022/23 UEFA Women’s Champions League winners have racked up eleven wins from eleven games in the 2023/24 LaLiga Femenina (stylised as finenetwork Liga F for sponsorship reasons). They have scored 48 goals and conceded only two in their title defence.

Oshoala is responsible for five of the 43 goals they have scored in the league this season as she looks to better her goals tally of 20 that helped her win the top goalscorer award in the 2021/22 season and her tally of 21 that saw her finish third in the 2022/23 season top goalscorers list.

The six time African Player of the Year winner had to deal with fitness problems in between. However, she came on as a substitute in the 2022/23 treble winners’ first match of the season and scored, before netting her second and third goals of the season against Granada Femenino on matchday 6.

The Super Falcons forward scored a goal during the team's first game in the UEFA Women’s Champions League group stage against Benfica.

How many goals has Asisat Oshoala scored in the 2023/24 season

Here is a breakdown of Asisat Oshoala goals this season.

Opponent Competition Date Number of Goals
Madrid CF Liga F 16 September 2023 1
Granada Femenino Liga F 21 October 2023 2
Villarreal Liga F 11 November 2023 2
Benfica UEFA Women’s Champions League 14 November 2023 1

How many goals has Asisat Oshoala scored for Barcelona Femeni

Asisat Oshoala goals this season are just the tip of the iceberg that the Super Falcons striker will leave in the ocean of Barcelona when she finally leaves the club.

The 2023 African Player of the Year’s star has been at Barcelona Femeni since 2019 after spending two seasons at Dalian Quanjian FC.

Oshoala has been largely successful with the Spanish giants and she could get more goals and trophies this season. The 29-year-old had another successful campaign with Barcelona last season, winning the league title, Champions League, and Super Cup – the first womens’ treble in Spanish history. That also made Barcelona the only team to have trebles won by their male and female teams.

She has won twelve trophies in total with the Blaugrana: Four league titles, Three Supercopa de Espana Femenina, Three Copa de la Reina, and Two Women's Champions League titles.

The Nigeria international has scored 97 goals in her Barcelona career and she is the highest-scoring foreigner in the club’s history.

Oshoala has scored 20+ goals across her four previous seasons with Barcelona Femeni and it remains to be seen whether she can repeat that feat this term with the Spanish giants.

She is on the right track at the moment and many Nigerians and Super Falcons supporters will be hoping she can stay injury-free for an extended period.

This article was most recently revised and updated 6 months ago

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