Asisat Oshoala of Nigeria made history as she won the UEFA Women’s Champions League for the first time .
Forsige recalled that the Super Falcons striker was the first African to score in the UCL final in 2019, and she has now lifted the trophy two years since.
Oshoala scored at the end of the session, but the goal was disallowed.
The Catalan women’s team defeated Chelsea 4-0 at the Gamla Ullevi in Sweden, becoming the first Spanish team to win the trophy.
Coach Lluis Cortes’ ladies made it to the final of Europe’s top competition for the second year in a row, after losing to Lyon two years earlier.
Barca began the game on a high note, scoring their first goal from an own goal by Melanie Luepolz in the first minute of play.
The goal set the tone for the game for the La Liga side, who doubled their lead 13 minutes later with a penalty kick scored by Alexia Putellas.
Cortes made a substitution in the 71st minute, replacing Jennifer Hermoso with Asisat Oshoala to improve their results.
And the 26-year-old made it five goals for her side, but her score was disallowed by the referee, as they went on to win 4-0 over their opponent.