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UEFA Women’s Champions League: Ghana forward Doris Boaduwaa scores on Spartak Subotica debut

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Ghana forward Doris Boaduwaa scored his first goal for Spartak Subotica in their 7-0 win over Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag in the UEFA Women’s Champions League qualifiers.

Boaduwaa, who joined Subotica this summer from Ghana Women’s Premier League side Hasaacas Ladies was included in the starting lineup for the game against the Faroe Island side.

The Black Queens forward scored the third goal of the game after Violeta Slovic and Kamile Martins had already found the net for the Serbian side.

Boaduwaa impressed on her debut as she was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game with Milica Gakovic replacing the Ghanaian.

Spartak Subotica went on to secure a 7-0 victory, and progress to the next round of the qualifiers.

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