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The Equatorial Guinea international was on the record but her team was rejected by the Spanish team of Nigerian origin
Jade Boho found the back of the net in Logroño’s 3-1 loss to Andrea Okene’s Levante in the semifinal of the Spanish Super Cup on Tuesday.
The teams entered Tuesday’s game following recent contrasting results: while Levante beat Tenerife 1-0 last Saturday, Logroño bowed 2-0 at Eibar last Wednesday.
On this occasion, Boho gave Logroño a lead in the 28th minute after getting the end of a good pass from Chini Pizarro, before driving an unstoppable blow that passed goalkeeper Andrea Paraluța.
– First Iberdrola (@PrimerIberdrola) January 12, 2021
Despite finding their foot back, Levante drew through Esther González with the assistance of Eva María in the 34th minute.
About 15 minutes after the restart, Maria turned the game around when she was groomed by Maria Alharilla to fire Maria Pry’s team up front for the first time at Mediterranean Games Stadium.
González put Nataza Andonova ahead to grab the third goal in the 73rd minute to guarantee the Ranas victory.
Equatorial Guinea’s Boho was in action 82 minutes before giving way to Judith Luzuriaga and has now scored three goals in 15 games this season for Logroño.
Rebecca Elloh of Ivory Coast also played 83 minutes before being replaced by South African Nothando Vilakazi, while Ivorian Ida Guehai watched the final 25 minutes of the match for Logroño.
Levante, meanwhile, were unable to hand Okene, the Nigerian-born Spanish youth international, his first-team appearance despite the victory.
The victory allowed Levante to advance to the final of the Super Cup, where the winner will be measured between Barcelona and Atlético de Madrid on Saturday in Almería.