Clubs played for: FF USV Jena, SA Malabo, Águilas Verdes
Domestic honours: German Women's Bundesliga (1)
Other honours: African Women's Championship 2008
Which player most inspired you and why? Chuigone Dorine Nina Dorin, because of her ability to influence a game at any time.
Which coach most inspired you and why? Jean Paul Mpila, because he believed when I was playing, we were going to win the match.
What was the best advice they gave you? To work very hard, if you want to become one of the best players in the world.
Best player you've played with? Marta.
Toughest opponent? Club: Potsdam, Player: Viola Odebrecht.
What are your memories of your first club as a child? Being the best player at my school.
What tip would you give a young player hoping to succeed? To work very hard and to be disciplined.
|The home team is listed first.||Last updated: 20/04/2012 22:33 CET|
|29.06.2011||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Norway||1-0||Equatorial Guinea||90||0||0|
|03.07.2011||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Australia||3-2||Equatorial Guinea||90||2||0|
|06.07.2011||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Equatorial Guinea||0-3||Brazil||90||0||0|
|28.09.2011||UEFA Women's Champions League||Round of 32||Thór||0-6||Potsdam||90||1||1|
|02.11.2011||UEFA Women's Champions League||Round of 16||Potsdam||10-0||Glasgow City||75||2||0|
|14.03.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Quarter-finals||Potsdam||2-0||Rossiyanka||77||0||0|
|22.03.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Quarter-finals||Rossiyanka||0-3||Potsdam||82||0||0|
|UEFA Women's Champions League|