The 22-year-old left it late to find the net against her former side at the Select Security Stadium as her side recorded a convincing away victory
Asisat Oshoala scored in Arsenal Ladies 5-3 away victory at Liverpool Ladies in a English Women Super League week 16 match on Sunday.
The Nigerian forward netted her second goal in 12 appearances against her former side as the Gunners side ran away with victory in the eight-goal thriller at the Select Security Stadium.
Danielle Carter’s brace put Arsenal in front after Satara Murray’s early strike for the hosts in the first half.
Jordan Nobbs extended the Gunners lead to 3-1 before Shanice Van Der Sande pulled one back four minutes later but Chloe Kelly’s struck the fourth of the day for the visitors.
The 22-year-old sealed the victory for Pedro Martinez’s ladies with her injury time effort as Caroline Weir’s strike at the death for Liverpool failed to deny them a final day triumph.
The victory ensured Arsenal Ladies finished third at the end of the season with 25 points from 16 games – meaning the Oshoala’s side will miss the Uefa Women Champions League next season.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian forward can build upon on new found scoring form with Florence Omagbemi’s side as they prepare to defend their African women title in Cameroon this month.