Vivian Konadu: Meet the Female Version of Erling Haaland Who Has Scored 33 Goals in 7 Matches

Vivian Konadu: Meet the Female Version of Erling Haaland Who Has Scored 33 Goals in 7 Matches

  • Ghanaian female footballer Vivian Konadu has scored 33 goals in seven matches for her club in India
  • The Ghana Black Queens forward plays for Indian female top division Football Club Gokulam Karela
  • Vivian Konadu who joined the club before the start of the season scored ten goals as Gokulam Kerala thumped Kadathanad Raja FA on Thursday

Free-scoring Ghanaian female footballer, Vivian Konadu, has now scored 33 goals in seven games in the Indian women's league after netting ten in the victory over Kadathanad Raja FA.

The Black Queens player has been unstoppable this season, scoring ten goals as her club Gokulam Kerala thrashed Kadathanad Raja 15-0 on Thursday.

Vivian Adu was named player of the match after her exploits against Kadathanad Raja and seems unchallenged for the golden boot award.

Vivian Konadu, Gokulam Kerala, India, Ghana
Black Queens forward Vivian Konadu has scored 33 goals in seven matches for Gokulam Kerala FC. Credit: @viviankonadu_ @GokulamKeralaFC
Source: Twitter

Having joined the Indian outfit before the start of the season, Adu wasted no time in showing her goal scoring prowess, netting on her debut game.

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She scored a hat-trick in her second game to raise eyebrows in the Asian country. Adu has since been unplayable, netting a brace and a quintuple in subsequent games.

However, she went berserk in her last two games, scoring 18 goals to increase her tally to 33 goals.

Who is Vivian Konadu?

Vivian Adu started her football in Ghana and in known for her days at Thunder Queens. She left for India to join Gokulam Karela, where she garnered the attention of the world. One of her goals in the India Women's league got FIFA thinking twice for a Puskas nomination.

She also plays for the female national team of Ghana, the Black Queens. In the past she represented Ghana's Black Maidens.

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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that the female senior national football team of Ghana, the Black Queens will not be at next year's Africa Women's Cup of Nations after failing to beat Nigeria.

The Black Queens needed three unanswered goals to earn qualification to the tournament in Morocco next year, but managed to score only one in the slim win in Accra on Sunday, October 24, 2021.

In photos posted on Twitter by Dada Oliseh, sighted by YEN.com.gh, players of the Black Queens were heartbroken by the result, knowing they will have to wait for another two years to try again.

Source: SportsBrief.com

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