export Tabitha Chawinga on Wednesday scored a brace to steer Jiangsu Sunning to the finals of the Chinese Women’s Super Cup following a 2-0 semi-final victory over Changchun.
The 22-year-old struck in either half to give her side a lifeline to the two-legged battle for the ultimate glory.
“I thank God for blessing me with these two goals. Without his guidance, I could do nothing,” she said.
The prolific striker is also working hard to help Sunning win the Chinese Women’s Super League as she is the league’s current top-scorer with 14 goals in 12 matches,
Meanwhile, her club is second on the log-table with 27 points from 12 games, four points behind leaders Dalian Aerbin.
Her younger sister Temwa is also making headlines with Kvarnsvedens IK in the Swedish second-tier league. She is the league’s second leading scorer with 20 goals from 24 matches, just a goal behind leading scorer Sandra Lagerbratt of Linkoping FC.
“It is my dream to become the Swedish league’s golden boot winner in my debut season and I am happy that I am on the right path to realising my dream,” she said.
The development means that the Chawinga sisters have the potential of winning the golden boot in their debut season.