Super Falcons star forward Francesca Ordega helped CSKA Moscow win the Russian women’s Cup on Friday, Completesports.com reports.
CSKA emerged this year’s champions after defeating Zenit 2-1 in the final played inside Gazprom Arena.
It is the second time the club will win the Cup title after first landing it in 2017.
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CSKA took the lead in the 36th minute through Tatiana Petrovna before Cameroon international Gabrielle Onguene doubled the lead on 45 minutes.
In the 47th minute Zenit captain pulled a goal back which was only a consolation effort.
The last time CSKA played in the final was in 2020 where they lost 4-2 on penalties to city rivals Lokomotiv Moscow, after regulation time ended goalless.
The first edition of the Russian Cup was played in 1992 Interros Moscow emerging champions.