Nigeria's Rofiat Imuran scored her first league goal with an assist as Stade Reims cruise to a big away league victory over Le Havre in the matchday 20 of the D1 Arkema on Saturday, Nigeriasoccernet.com reports.
The Rouge et Blanche eased pass their direct opponent in the standings in their penultimate trip of the season by five goals to nil to get back to winning ways.
After a first half without a goal, Imuran assisted the first goal as her cross was well connected by Melchie Dumornay to put the the Rémoises in the lead after 48 minute of the game.
The Super Falcons defender turned the goal scorer this time, her first goal for the Red and White since joining in October. She scored in the 54th minute to make it 2-0.
Dumornay provided the assist for Gadea for Reims' third in the 71st minute before she scored her brace six minutes later to make it four and put the game beyond Le Havre.
Amandine Miquel's players were not done yet as Shana Chossenotte also scored her first goal from an Adèle Connesson assist at the dead of the game.
Meanwhile, Imuran was substituted in the 84th minute for Chossenotte while her compatriot and teammate, Oluwatosin Demehin was not dressed for the game.
Stade de Reims remain 6th on the standings with 29 points and play 11th place Dijon in their next match.
By Uche Dozie