Barcelona striker, Asisat Oshoala, has said they have learnt from their UEFA Women’s Champions League final loss to Lyon two years ago, ahead of Sunday’s final against Chelsea.
Oshoala’s goal was not enough for the Spanish club in Budapest in 2019, as it was a mere consolation.
Reflecting on the past two years, speaking to the media this week, Oshoala said: “Now, we have the experience of how European football is and also how a top game like this is played. I think we’re going to be better with our tactics this year, how we go out and play and everything.
“For us, it was good. We played in the final 2019, we lost and then we picked up corrections from there.
“Come May 16, against Chelsea, I don’t think we’re going to make the same mistakes again, because we already learned from the past. We are a better team now than we were two years ago.”