A statistical breakdown of how Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw became City’s record goalscorer.

The Jamaican international’s strike in our Barclays Women’s Super League clash against Manchester United saw her surpass Georgia Stanway as our leading scorer.

Picking up play from Jess Park, the forward shrugged off the attentions of the United defence and confidently slotted home City’s third of the afternoon.


Joining the Club in the summer of 2021, Shaw’s record-clinching 68th strike came in just her 82nd City appearance.

Find out more about the forward’s incredible goalscoring feats below…

Right foot, left foot, devastating

Another remarkable element of Shaw’s record-breaking tally is the manner in which she’s found the back of the net.

Unsurprisingly, the majority of her goals have come from her favoured right foot (30), but she’s also added another 14 with her left.

Given her aerial prowess, it’s no surprise to learn that 24 of her City strikes have also come from headers, while all but one have been from open play.


With ten goals in just six appearances, Shaw’s favourite opponents have been Tottenham Hotspur.

She’s also hit double figures against Everton across eight matches, with Bristol City completing her top three with nine goals in just four games.

The Jamaican clinched the record against Manchester United, and she’s now found the net four times in six appearances against our rivals.

In total, Shaw has got on the scoresheet against 16 different sides.

Inside / outside the box

There’s so much more to Shaw’s game than her ability in the box, but the Jamaican’s clinical nature inside 18 yards is emphasised by where her goals have come from on the pitch.

In total, an astonishing 65 of her 68 goals for City have been inside the box, with one notable exception being her goal in November’s 3-1 derby win at Old Trafford.

How may I assist you?

With eight assists, Lauren Hemp has provided Shaw the most regularly over her two-and-a-half season so far at City.

Chloe Kelly is next on the list with six assists of her own, while Alex Greenwood (4) completes the top three.

Caroline Weir, Laura Coombs, Leila Ouahabi and Mary Fowler have all set up Shaw three times each.

In total, an astonishing 22 different players have provided the Jamaican with an assist over her City career, meaning a new team-mate has had a hand in roughly one of every three goals she’s scored.

Competition breakdown

Unsurprisingly, the majority of Shaw’s goals have come in the WSL, with the Jamaican finding the net 46 times in the league across 55 appearances.

She’s added a further 13 goals in 12 FA Cup games, and seven in the Continental Cup from 11 matches.

Finally, Shaw has added two goals to her tally from four UEFA Champions League appearances, meaning she’s found the net in every competition she’s played in for City.