Barely a week after her debut for Belarusian top tier women's league club FC Minsk where he scored a fantastic goal as her club settled for a 1-2 loss to Dinamo BGU in the Belarusian Women's Super Cup final, Kenya women national team (Harambee Starlets) forward Maryjolein Nekesa did it again in FC Minsk's 13-0 win over Dinamo Brest.
Nekesa scored three out of the thirteen goals to ensure her consecutive goal scoring run in Belarus.This match which was played on Sunday afternoon was the first for FC Minsk over the new 2022 season.The massive win left Nekesa's club at the top of the league table with three points.
Currently, Kenya has quite a large number of ladies playing professional football in Europe with top clubs and they have been recording great performances.Do you think the women national team might be on the rise soon? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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