Check Out 10 Photos of Oshoala When She Was Broke, and How Money Has Changed Her Life

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It is often said that the future is uncertain, hence nobody knows what tomorrow would be like. There have been stories of people who have moved from grass to grace, as people say. Everyone has a story to tell, especially when things get better

For Barcelona and Super Falcons forward, Asisat Lamina Oshoala, she surely understands what it means to move from a state of want to a state of having plenty

She started on the streets of Lagos. She started playing for FC Robo of Lagos at a young age, then she moved to Rivers Angels of Port Harcourt

She was selected to play at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and there, she became a star. Oshoala’s pace and class was above all as she scored 7 goals and was also awarded the player of the tournament. Though Nigeria lost the final to Germany in extra time, she won the golden boot and most valuable player award

Same year, she was second top scorer at the African Women’s Cup of Nations and also won the tournament with Nigeria

She also became the first person to win the BBC World Women’s Footballer of the Year. She has gone ahead to play for Liverpool and Arsenal and then, Dalian Quanjin in China before her move to Barcelona

These her throwback pictures show how things can change within a short time

She is the current African Player of the Year


So these are what she has achieved in her career over a short timeAWCON: 2014, 2016, 2018

English FA Cup winner: 2015-2016

Chinese Women’s Super League: 2017

UEFA Champions League Runner-up: 2018-2019

U-20 Women’s World Cup Runner-up: 2014

Golden Boot Winner, Golden Ball

African Women’s Youth Player of the Year: 2014

Queen of the Pitch: 2014

2014 African Women’s Cup of Nations: Golden Ball

African Women’s Cup of Nations 2016: Golden Boot

Spanish League 2019-2020: Winner

Spanish Super Cup 2020: Winner

African Footballer of the Year: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019…..See More

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