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Black Queens midfielder Elizabeth Addo dazzles in Uefa Women's Champions League for 19-0 winners Subotica

Published on: 12 August 2014
Ghana's Elizabeth Addo, in a tussle for the ball with an America opponent, was in action for Spartak Subotica in the Women's Uefa Champions League

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

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Ghana midfielder Elizabeth Addo set up a goal for Spartak Subotica as the Serbians went goal-crazy to register a 19-0 victory over Moldovan side Goliador Chisinau to advance to the round of 32 in the Uefa Women's Champions League on Monday night. 

The 20-year-old was in full-time action and set up a goal in the 41st minute for Jelena Cankovic at the Stadion Gradski vrt.

Bosnian international Milena Nikolic stole the show on the night as he netted 9 times to pick the best player of the game.

Addo marked her debut in the competition last week after playing full throttle for Subotica in their 3-0 triumph over Amazones Dramas.


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