Oshoala, who returned in Sunday's 1-0 win at Bayern Munich after a month out with a hamstring injury, scored twice on her league return to keep the Blaugrana's title ambitions alive.
🚩 FINAL!@FCBfemeni - @SevillaFC_Fem (6-2)— FC Barcelona Femení (@FCBfemeni) April 24, 2019
⚽️ @liekemartens1 (11’), @AsisatOshoala (30’, 34’) @Stefaniie92 (42’) @AitanaBonmati (63’) @candelaandujar (82’) / Karpova (36’) Ana Franco (39’)#FCBlive #LigaIberdrola pic.twitter.com/ih9R8p1eAm
Lieke Martens opened the scoring for the hosts after just 11 minutes and Oshoala scored twice in four minutes shortly after the half-hour mark to make the score 3-0.
However, Nadezhda Karpova pulled one back in the 36th minute before Mapi Leon's own goal helped the visitors to further reduce their disadvantage to
Three minutes to the half-time break, Stephanie van der Gragt increased the tally for Barcelona as she made it 4-2 thanks to an assist from Andressa Alves.
After the restart, Aitana Bonmati extended the lead in the 63rd minute and Candela Andujar scored twenty minutes later to wrap up the win.
Oshoala, who was excused after 67 minutes, continued her impressive form in Barcelona's colours and has now scored seven times in eight games in all competitions for Cortes' side.
Back with a brace....— ASISAT M.O.N (@AsisatOshoala) April 24, 2019
(2 goals)....Alhamdulilah 🙏🏾⚽️⚽️ pic.twitter.com/BDUXIbufGb
On the other hand, American-Nigerian forward Toni Payne came on in the 54th minute but could not save Sevilla from the defeat in Barcelona, leaving them in 11th position with 26 points.
Despite being tied on 78 points, Barcelona lead by eight goals on goal difference, but Atletico Madrid have a game in hand against Valencia.
Before their trip to Tenerife, Barcelona will hope to seal their place in the Uefa Women's Champions League final for the time in their history when they host Bayern Munich on Sunday.