Betis midfielder O’Gra wins fans heart with 70minutes classy performance against Primera Division’s giants at away
Black Queens midfielder Grace Asantewaa displays another classy performance in Real Betis’ away draw against Real Madrid feminine at Estadio Fernando Torres on Sunday.
The former Ampem Darkoa Ladies star operated offensively and behind Real Betis trio Dorine, Babajide and Paula.
Marca Rikke Madsen secured an early opener for the home team under 6th minutes but was levelled on 49th minutes after the recess by Betis defender Andrea Madina.
Madrid CFF doubled to lead on the 80th minutes via Victoria but Mari Paz climbed from bench to shock Madrid with 91st late goal.
The former Logrono star has scored 7 goals in 25 appearances for Real Betis after week 27 this season.
Grace Asantewaa missed a call up to Black Queens, in Ghana’s 2-0 defeat to Morocco in a friendly last week.
Real Betis are placed 9th on the Primera Division standings with 30 points, – 17 goals.
They are yet to pick victory in their last 5 matches played. 4 draws, 1 loss.