Nigeria’s Super Falcons strolled past an Equatorial Guinea side in what was a one-sided match from start to finish, making it three wins in three matches and emerging winner of the Turkish Women’s Cup invitational tournament.
Oshoala led the charge with four goals, while Glory Ogbonna, Uchenna Kanu, Charity Adule, Payne Oyedupe, Monday Gift all grabbed a goal each.
Nigeria opened the scoring in the 8th minute and quickly followed with an Asisat Oshoala penalty earned by Toni Payne in the 11th minute.
Oshoala completed her four-goal haul in the 85th minute to cap an outstanding performance that left coach Randy Waldrum elated.
Super Falcons finished the tournament with a record of scoring eleven goals and conceding none, even as Asisat Oshoala emerged top scorer with her four goals.
Other teams in the round-robin tournament were Uzbekistan and CSKA Moscow female team.