By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
Anuoluwapo Salisu becomes the first DreamStar Ladies player to feature in thirteen league matches as her impressive display was not good enough to save her team from going down against Delta Queens in Agbor.
The Flamingoes midfielder was at her best as she showed firm prowess with quality performance that wowed spectators at the Agbor Township Stadium.
It is no doubt that Salisu is one of the players one should look out for this season as she showed class amidst the very strong and reliable defenders and midfielders of Delta Queens, on a day her team couldn’t make their chances count.
Her display outshine many other players on the field as fans of the hosting team showered encomiums on her performance over the cause of 90 minutes.
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On the other hand, Bankole Sofiat registered her first NWFL Premiership goal account with a sublime effort from outside the 18 yard box.
Her efforts to get a second goal was denied by the goal post after her header beat the helpless Delta Queens’ goalkeeper.
The 14 year old attacking midfielder has been in good form for the Galacticas as she continues to grow in the game.
DreamStar FC Ladies lost 4-1 to Delta Queens in the week one encounter at Agbor Township Stadium on Wednesday.
Odubanjo Dominance scored the opening goal for Delta Queens in the 9th minute. Iyasere Gift double the lead for the host two minutes later. Odubanjo Dominance scored her brace and Delta Queens third goal in the 36th minute before Bankole Sofiat reduced the deficit for DreamStar FC Ladies in the 68th. Agbunu Oghogho made it 4-1 for Delta Queens with her strike in the 77th minute.
DreamStar FC Ladies will welcome Edo Queens in their next game on Wednesday, December 16th, at the Soccer Temple, Agege Township Stadium.
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