Grace Asantewaa features in her full debut helping EDF logrono to thrashed CD Tacon in their match day three at the Estadio Las Gaunas. Madrid arrived at the match with a good taste after obtaining an important victory against Sporting de Huelva (3-0) in their previous match.
The Ghana Back Queens midfielder who saw only 15 minutes in last weekend feature, coming on in the 75th minutes to help her team pull a draw away from home against UDG Tenerife Egatesa earned her a starting spot today against Iberdrola debutantes Real Madrid.
Asantewaa played full duration of the match as Madrid wakes up and collides with reality after being thrashed for the second time in three matches against EDF Logroño (5-1) in Las Gaunas .
Kosovare Asllani scored in the 17th minute after finishing off a side foul. The situation seemed very favorable for Madrid but Logroño responded quickly in the 19th minutes a goal from Barbara Banda.
Two quick goals in the 24th and 47th minutes from Zambia’s Barbara Banda denied any chance of a comeback on the day to give her a perfect hat-trick
EDF Logrono moves to second position on the league table behind FC Barcelona with same points.
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