Doris Boaduwaa excited after debut UWCL goal

Doris Boaduwaa has taken to social media to express her excitement following her debut goal in the UEFA Women’s Champions League to help Spartan Subotica advance to the semifinals stage of the tournament.

Boaduwaa scored the third goal of the game on the 34th minute and saw 63 minutes of game time in her first game for the Serbian side in the UEFA flagship tournament.

“A dream debut. First UEFA Women’s Champions League win and goal, let’s keep going like this! Spartak Subotica,” she wrote on Twitter.

The Serbian Champions got off to a good start after Violeta Slovic opened the scoring in the 20th minute before Kamile Pavarin doubled the advantage ten minutes later.

The Black Queens forward added the third four minutes later as the Serbians went into the break with a 3-0 lead.

From the second half l, Tijana Filipovic put the game beyond the visitors with Spartak’s fourth before Ann Langdok Makenzie added the fifth on the hour mark.

Zivana Stupar and Nadja Uvalin rounded up victory with 15 minutes remaining.

READ ALSO: Doris Boaduwaa begins training with Spartak Subotica

Boaduwaa joined Spartak Subotica in the summer transfer window and was making her first appearance for the club in the UEFA Champions League.

Spartak Subotica will now play KuPS from Finland on Saturday, September 9, 2023.

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