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Bay FC scripted history with their inaugural goal in the 17th minute, courtesy of Nigerian striker Asisat Oshoala.

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The African football luminary left an indelible mark in Bay FC’s annals, being the first to find the net for the newly minted National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) outfit.

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In their debut clash against Angel City FC, Oshoala, the reigning African Player of the Year, surged Bay FC ahead, igniting jubilation among the fervent BMO Stadium spectators.

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Skillfully maneuvering the ball into the upper right corner of the net, Oshoala eluded the outstretched arms of Angel City goalkeeper Angelina Anderson.

This commanding display signifies a dream commencement for Oshoala and Bay FC, heralding the potential of this thrilling new chapter in her illustrious journey.

Reflecting on her performance post-match, Oshoala, fresh from a high-profile move from Barcelona, emphasized the significance of seizing opportunities. “Sometimes all it takes is one opportunity,” remarked Oshoala. “We seized ours today, and truthfully, after slotting it home, I had to second-guess to ensure I wasn’t offside,” she added.

The 29-year-old Nigerian forward, who joined Bay FC for a reported fee of $162,000, commenced her tenure with a bang, securing a contract extension until 2026.

During her stint with Barcelona, Oshoala emerged as a pivotal figure, contributing significantly to the team’s triumphs domestically and in Europe.

Her remarkable tally of 117 goals and 14 trophies in five years with Barcelona underscores her prowess in attack.

Bay FC eagerly anticipates Oshoala’s continued prowess in front of goal, as they aspire to leave an indelible mark in the competitive landscape of the NWSL.

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