Victoria Salifu scored her first Malta Guinness Women’s Premier League goal on Saturday, and she marked the occasion with an impressive display on as a substitute.
She linked up with Comfort Yeboah for the third goal at the dyeing minute of the second half, and was heavily involved throughout the game, leading the way for successful passes, duels won, and possession won.
Afterwards she was pleased with her own showing, as well playing her part in our hard-earned home win.
“I think my performance was good”, she said after the game. “I scored with a smile on my face. That’s the main thing for me. I think I could show my quality in a lot of different ways.
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“I got a lot of joy being subbed in, coming inside and Comfort Yeboah assisting my goal, so it was really good. And as a whole, as a team, I think it was hard at certain times because of our previous loose at the FA Cup. But we did well and it’s good to get the 3 points.
“It’s been a while and after 6 games, no goal so it was a special goal to me. It’s a beautiful, beautiful game and beautiful teamwork. So, for me if I can just keep staying injury-free, that’s one of my main things I said at the start of the season. If I can stay injury free, being free with my movements and when I play, I have a smile on my face, I’m sure I can do a great job.”
The forward was also delighted to contribute with possessions and passes this season.
“Yeah, well that’s my Team!” she grinned. “My team mates always encourage me to bring out my best and Coach Freeman Amponsah always says, it’s not always about goals but the contributions and teamwork.
“I think we can go very far,” she added. “The fans should be excited, and everyone should be excited to watch us play in our next matches.”
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