Ghanaian female footballer, Vivian Adjei Konadu has made Ghanaians proud at the moment. She plays for Indian Women Premier League side, Gokulam Karela FC. Today, in their league game against Kadathanad Raja FA, she singlehandedly scored 10 goals to give her club three great points.
Vivian is one of the best female strikers or forwards that Ghana have at the moment. Her performance for Gokulam Karela FC in today's game against Kadathanad Raja FA helped her to win her second Woman of the match award or MVPs in the 2022/2023 Indian Women Premier League. She was given MVP award after scoring 10 goals in today's game.
In 2022, Vivian has been very fantastic and she scored several goals for Gokulam Karela. Vivian Adjei Konadu has now scored 33 goals in only 7 matches in 2022. Her goal scoring ability is incomparable and it even supercede a lot of players that you can think of.
The match between Gokulam Karela FC and Kadathanad Raja FA Cups ended in a 15-0 score in favor of Gokulam Karela FC.
Vivian Konadu was so happy to the extent that, she took to her twitter platform to post about the 10 goals she scored.
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