Previous clubs: Ebonyi Queens, Alas Verdes, Rivers Angels SC
National team: Ecuatorial Guinea
Domestic honours: Polish Women's League (1), Polish Women's Cup (1)
Which player most inspired you and why? Cristiano Ronaldo because he is a good player with excellent skill and footwork.
Which coach most inspired you? Remigiusz Trawinski.
What was the best advice they gave you? He wants me to be the best player and top scorer and tells me to believe that I am more capable than anyone.
Toughest opponent? The Brazil national team – and their forward Mata.
What are your memories of your first club as a child? Admiring Cristiano Ronaldo and hoping that one day I could be like him and earn a regular shirt as a club's top player.
What tip would you give a young player hoping to succeed? I would advise young players to believe in themselves and always play for the passion of the game and not for the money. Always put in the maximum because when you do, the sky will be your limit.
What was the experience of playing in a youth final tournament? It is a privilege and its an opportunity. People get to see the talent in you and clubs will start coming for you. It exposes you to the world.
|The home team is listed first.||Last updated: 28/12/2012 23:54 CET|
|29.06.2011||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Norway||1-0||Equatorial Guinea||37||0||0|
|03.07.2011||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||Australia||3-2||Equatorial Guinea||57||0||0|
|11.08.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Qualifying round||Unia Racibórz||5-0||Slovan Bratislava||90||3||0|
|13.08.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Qualifying round||Unia Racibórz||7-1||Ekonomist||90||3||2|
|16.08.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Qualifying round||Bobruichanka||0-5||Unia Racibórz||90||2||1|
|27.09.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Round of 32||Unia Racibórz||1-5||Wolfsburg||90||1||0|
|04.10.2012||UEFA Women's Champions League||Round of 32||Wolfsburg||6-1||Unia Racibórz||90||0||1|
|UEFA Women's Champions League|