Francisca Ordega says she is pumped to score more goals after she struck once in Shanghai’s 5-0 thrashing of Guangdong in a rescheduled Chinese Women’s Super League encounter.
Earlier on Sunday, the Nigerian international had netted in her side’s 3-2 triumph over Elizabeth Addo and Tabitha Chawinga’s Jiangsu Sunning, condemning them to their first defeat of the season.
This midweek, Shanghai were hoping to close the gap on the table-toppers with another win on the bounce and succeeded.
On their part, the visitors, whose campaign was fast fading after top-flight promotion in 2018, were seeking to half their unfortunate run with a fine result at Hongkou Football Stadium.
Miu Siwen launched the goal-feast for Shanghai as she opened the scoring after just 17 minutes into the encounter.
Five minutes later, Zhang Xin doubled the advantage before Ordega grabbed the third goal five minutes from the half-time break.
In the second half, the visitors mounted huge pressure to bounce back into the game but Xin’s second goal along with Yan Jinjin’s effort in the final 10 minutes guaranteed Shanghai’s win.