- Asisat Oshoala bagged her seventh league goal this season after scoring in Barcelona's win over Alaves
- The attacker scored the last goal of the meeting in the 84th minute - 20 minutes after coming on as a subs in the 64th min
- The Super Falcons forward has now scored seven goals after five appearances so far this campaign
Nigerian striker Asisat Oshoala remains unstoppable in front of goal after scoring Barcelona's ninth goal in their 9-1 win over Deportivo Alaves ladies in their Spanish women's league game this weekend.
The Super Falcons forward has now recorded seven goals in five La Liga games so far this campaign.
And despite starting the game from the bench, Oshoala was able to make an impact despite playing just 26 minutes in the game.
The former Arsenal and Liverpool ladies attacker came in for Fridolina Rolfo in the 64th minute and 20 minutes later, she grabbed her side's last goal of the meeting.
Barcelona ladies remain unbeaten
Coach Jonatan Giraldez's ladies however maintain their 100 per cent record to the start of the new season having claimed five wins in all first five games of the season.
The continue from where they stopped last campaign after winning a historic European treble but under former handler Lluis Cortes who stepped down after achieving the feat as reported by The Will Nigeria.
In all, Oshoala has scored seven goals and one assist after seven Spanish League games and she is just two goals behind the number she recorded last campaign.
Oshoala, other Super Falcons stars show dance moves
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Falcons superstar Asisat Oshoala served her fans premium content on Instagram after sharing a short clip of herself and some of her teammates twerking to a popular Nigerian hit song Bloody Samaritan by Ayra Starr.
The Barcelona striker was in the company of Francisca Ordega, Uchenna Kanu, and Monday Gift as they started showing their dance moves with the 'Vibes' dance challenge.
And when the song got to the climax part, they also switched gears as they turned to backs to the camera and then shake the gift their God gave them.