The pacey forward netted the opening goal as Madrid CFF recorded a routine 2-0 win over UDG Tenerife at the Stadion Fernando Torres.
Kundananji and Compatriot Grace Chanda were named in the starting line up as Grace Chanda returned having started the last game on the bench.
It was Madrid controlling the game from the word go but they failed to utilize their chances in the opening half hour.
The combination of Rachel Kundananji and Grace Chanda upfront gave Tenerife a lot of problems. Kundananji came close in the opening 20 minutes as she hit the post with a powerful shot.
Madrid could not be denied for a long time as the pressure finally paid off in the 36th minute as Kundananji pick-pocketed a defender before scoring a beautiful goal to open the scoring and put the team from the Spanish capital in the lead.
In the second half, Madrid however did not have to wait long for a goal as Ana Gonzalez scored four minutes after the restart to double the lead following Tenerife’s failure to clear the ball.
Kundananji was withdrawn in the 77th minute for Gabi Nunez while Tang Jiali took the place of Grace Chanda in the 87th minute.
The win takes Madrid CFF to third place with 13 points after six games played so far.
Kundananji has now scored five goals and only Atlético de Madrid Feminino Brazilian forward Ludmila (6) has scored more so far in the campaign.