Asisat Oshoala’s Barcelona have completed a treble having defeated Levante 4-2 in Sunday’s Copa de la Reina final.
The Blaugranes had won the Uefa Women’s Champions and Primera Division diadem for a record sixth time earlier this season.
Against the Granores, Lluis Cortes’ women put up a sublime display to tear apart their opponent at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
— ASISAT M.O.N (@AsisatOshoala) May 30, 2021
For reigning African Women’s Player of the Year Oshoala, she was an unused substitute in the encounter that produced six goals.
Following her side’s 4-0 defeat of Chelsea at the Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg, the 26-year-old became the first Nigerian as well as the first African to win the Uefa Women’s Champions League.
In a recent interview, she hoped her European triumph would inspire other young girls in Africa to chase their dreams.
“It was very important not to make the mistakes of the past [the 4-1 loss to Lyon] but to learn from it,” Oshoala told BBC Sport Africa.