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Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

Bay FC and former FC Barcelona forward, Asisat Oshoala’s goal in the group stage of the 2023/2024 UEFA Women’s Champions League match against Portugues league winners, SL Benfica has been voted the goal of the tournament after the conclusion of the season where the Spanish champions retained the title with a 2-0 win against Lyon on Saturday.

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Oshoala scored an acrobatic goal after receiving a cross from the right wing from Caroline Garham Hansen. Her goal beat Benfica’s Marie Alidou.

Alidou’s goal was scored against German side, Eintracht Frankfurt with a right footed strike inside the box.

The third best goal in the Women’s Champions League for the season was scored by Brann’s Justine Kielland against finalist, Lyon. Her right footed shot from the edge of the box hit the top right corner.

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The goal beat Barcelona's Hansen strike that she converted against Swedish side, Rosengard. The goal combined teamwork with blend of brilliance.

PSG's Marie Antoinette Katoto's goal against Ajax finished fifth. It was another acrobatic strike from the French striker after receiving a cross from the right wing.

Other goals that made the list include Olivia Schough (ROSENGARD vs Benfica), Delphine Cascarino (LYON vs Benfica), Aitana Bonmati (FC BARCELONA vs Brann), Melchie Dumornay (LYON vs Paris SG), and Erin Cuthbert (FC Barcelona vs CHELSEA).

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Lyon's Lindsey Horan led the way for distance covered in the 2023/2024 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout stages this season.

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The United States of America Women's National Team (USWNT) captain covered 56.8 km ahead of Barcelona's Keira Walsh who did 53.5km.

Barcelona's Aitana Bonmati is the third player with the highest distance covered with 52.9km ahead of her teammate, Irene Paredes with 49.3km.

Ingrid Engen (FC Barcelona) with 48.2 km and Ellie Carpenter (Lyon) who also had 48.2 km complete the top six players that covered the longest distance.

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