Asisat Oshoala recently made a playful comment on social media regarding her relationship status. She mentioned that since December has arrived, she feels the need to find a partner before it’s too late, as she is currently single.
In a humorous tone, the Nigerian footballer who currently plays for the female team of Barcelona suggested that she might need to date three men simultaneously to keep up with the festive season’s demands. Additionally, she expressed her preference for wealthy partners.
Taking to her Snapchat, she wrote; “December don come oo….Abeg where dem dey apply for BF, I go need like 2 or 3 edakun see. 1 abroad , 2 for naija. Rich niggas only pis must be TALL too , preferably dark skin”.
Asisat Oshoala bio explored
Asisat Lamina Oshoala MON is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Spanish Liga F club Barcelona and the Nigeria women’s national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest African female footballers of all time and one of the best in the world, she is one of the most celebrated African female footballers of all time, having won African Women’s Footballer of the Year a record five times.
Asisat has an impressive football career, having played for renowned English clubs Arsenal and Liverpool, as well as Chinese club Dailan, and Nigerian clubs Rivers Angels and FC Robo.
Her achievements include winning the 2015 FA Women’s Cup with Arsenal, securing two league championships and a cup title with Dalian, and clinching the 2019–20 Copa de la Reina and 2019–20 Supercopa de España Femenina with Barcelona. Notably, she made history as the first African (and Nigerian) player to score a goal in a UEFA Women’s Champions League final.
Asisat emerged as the top scorer in the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and was honored as the tournament’s best player. Additionally, she showcased her exceptional skills with the Super Falcons team, earning the titles of best player and second top goalscorer in the 2014 African Women’s Championship, which they triumphed in.
Recognizing her remarkable achievements, Asisat was bestowed with the prestigious title of Member of the Order of the Niger by President Goodluck Jonathan in September 2014. Furthermore, her talent and influence were acknowledged when she was included in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2021. She is affectionately known as “Àgba Baller,” signifying a legendary footballer in her local dialect.
Following her outstanding performances during the group stage against Australia in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, Oshoala experienced a significant surge in her Instagram followers, making her the first African female footballer to amass a million followers on this social media platform in July 2023.