Kazakhstan lady side BIIK Shymkent Thursday clinched the Kazakhstan Women’s Cup but the one celebrating most is Crested Cranes forward, Fauzia Najjemba, who appears to be happiest of all after winning her first key silverware as a professional woman footballer.
Last February, Najjemba switched from local side Kampala Queens, joined the club and today she is in jovial mood having been part of the team that won 4-0 against Tomiris Turan in the final.
Najjemba won the penalty that was converted by BIIK Shymkent first choice set piece master Litivnenko, just 13 minutes into second half.
Without Najjemba getting her name on the score list, her teammates Gulnara Gabelia scored twice before club’s new season signing, Zambian Grace Chanda scored another to nail the opponents’ coffin, having come on as substitution as BIIK Shymkent won the Kazakhstan Women’s Cup for the 12th time.
Reaching the finals, Najjemba scored and made an assist in the semifinals as BIIK Shymkent defeated Okzhetpes.
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