ŠIAULIAI – After being sidelined for a few weeks due to an injury, Banyana Banyana striker Jermaine Seoposenwe came back strong, scoring for her new club, FC Gintra Universitetas in Lithuania, with a goal on debut last week.
They beat Dynamo Riga 6-0 with the South African international opening the scoring just five minutes into the match.
Seoposenwe, who is 25, and compatriot Nothando Vilakazi, featured for 83 minutes before being taken off. The duo has been in the European country since April after signing for FC Grintra.
Vilakazi has had a great start at her new home, with three goals in five games.
Seoposenwe missed four matches as she was still recovering, but made a comeback in Banyana Banyana colours when she faced world champions, and the No 1-ranked nation in women’s football, the USA, in California earlier this month.