Copper Queens 6-2 win against Morocco sends soccer fans into frenzy


The Zambia Women’s National team last night thrashed Morocco 6-2 at Prince Moulay Hassan Sports Complex, a result that has caused social media frenzy among the Copper Queens supporters.

The Copper Queens pulled off a dominant display against the Atlas Lionesses to complete back to back wins over the North Africans in Morocco.

Hat-tricks from forwards Racheal Kundananji and Barbra Banda were enough to inflict a second defeat on Morocco in a period of just four days.

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Strikes by Sakina Ouzraoui and Rosela Ayane for Morocco proved to be consolation goals.

Fans were particularly impressed with the huge score line which was an improvement from last Friday’s performance which only ended in a two-nil result.

“Well done back to back win with many goals,” read one of the over three thousand comments on a post by the official FAZ page announcing the results.

The FAZ page which was full of congratulatory messages attracted over 14 thousand reactions on Facebook.

“Congratulations Queens Lets conquer Africa again🙏🙌💪🇿🇲⚽,” wrote another fan.

Others want a rematch of the Copper Queens fixtures at the World Cup against Spain and Japan which ended in heavy defeats.

“Give us Spain and Japan twapapata sana.”

The Copper Queens used the friendlies to prepare for the 2023 COSAFA Women’s Championship that will run from 4 October to 15 October.

Morocco on the other hand, used the games to prepare for the upcoming Olympic Games in Paris 2024.

In the first installment of the back to back friendlies, Banda scored twice to help Zambia to a 2-0 defeat over Morocco.

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