By Angu Lesley 

Football Writer,

Unstoppable Cameroonian forward Nchout Njoya Ajara scored twice this Saturday afternoon in match-day 5 of the Norwegian Women’s Toppserien League to help her side to a comfortable three nil victory against Arna-Bjornar.

With three goals scored in her previous three appearances, Ajara was certainly the player to watch in the fixture.

The erstwhile Sandviken forward took just 11 minutes to score to give Vålerenga a much-deserved lead. It was her fourth goal of the season and fourth in four starts this term.

The 2019 Toppserien runners-up protected their lead till half-time.

The second segment was played in a cagey manner with both sides cautious of the importance of the next goal.

74 minutes into the contest, sharp-eyed Ajara pounced on a lose ball to double the visitors lead, consequently scoring her first brace of the season.

Madson completed the rout in the 86th minutes handing Vålerenga their best results of just-starting season.

Ajara’s brace means she has scored five goals in five games this campaign.
She is her Club’s top scorer and the competition’s lead scorer so far.

Ajara and her mates have recorded four wins in a spin.

Second-seeded Vålerenga are a point adrift of leaders LSK Svinner and face 6th-placed Kolbotn ladies on Friday in match-day six.

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