Oshoala closed its fantastic week in Madrid

first_imgBorn in 1994 in Ikorudu, she always wanted to play football, even though her parents didn’t support her love for this sport. Based on the fight, the Barca attacker was tanning in several clubs in his country, with which he came to play the World Cup in Canada. His life walked thereafter between a ball and a suitcase, beating goals on three continents. He tried his luck in the Premier (Liverpool and Arsenal) and in the Chinese Super League (Dalian Quanjian). And, last year, he headed for Barça, where he managed to overcome the blow of an injury in his early stages as Barca and take a decisive role.To think about it is to think about speed, power and, above all, goal. In this last record he has signed up to 25 goals in 30 games with Barça, also leaving its mark on the Champions League final with a somewhat historic, first of an African and a Spanish team in this round. From goal to goal, their pace has gone further, improving during this first round their records last year. In total, he accumulates fourteen goals in the First Iberdrola, where he chases Jenni Hermoso for the pichichi (16). The Madrid will not be able to relax. Oshoala has seven goals in three games and wants more … The Barça festival in Valdebebas had its own name: Asisat Oshoala. With Africa at their feet, the Catalan striker does not get tired of running and making goals in the First Iberdrola, signing before Tacon her first poker as Barça. There were four very special goals. The Nigerian closed with them a week in which she was awarded as Best African Player of the Year, an award she had already won in three other editions (2014, 2016 and 2017) and that makes her the Fourth footballer who reaches the figure of four African Golden Balls, after Etoo, Yaya Touré and his compatriot Nkwocha.last_img read more

EGEB A Michigan smart energy district coal country looks to solar state

first_imgIn today’s EGEB:Jackson, Michigan is creating a “smart energy district” for energy innovation and testing.Sky-high energy bills in Appalachia are pushing some to investigate rooftop solar.New Mexico and Tennessee utilities look to go big on solar and battery storage.Duke Energy surpasses 1 GW in owned solar capacity — but it has a long way to go on renewables. more…Subscribe to Electrek on YouTube for exclusive videos and subscribe to the podcast.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1zk7Eb8r-s&list=PL_Qf0A10763mA7Byw9ncZqxjke6Gjz0MtThe post EGEB: A Michigan ‘smart energy district,’ coal country looks to solar, state solar projects, more appeared first on Electrek. Source: Charge Forwardlast_img