How Banda showed up on debut at Orlando Pride in US National Women’s Soccer League (video)


Barbra Banda came off the bench to make her Orlando Pride debut in the National Women’s Soccer League match (NWSL) in the United States.

Banda made her NWSL and Pride debut after coming on in the 61st minute.

The home crowd at the INTER&Co Stadium gave the forward a warm welcome.

Banda was officially introduced into the squad earlier in the week, after helping the Copper Queens to qualify for the Paris Olympics.

Read more: Copper Queens captain, Banda, arrives US to begin career at Orlando Pride

The Zambian international was introduced into the match when her side was already leading via a Summer Yates first half goal.

Orlando Pride continued their unbeaten run and won the match to amass 9 points and are currently in fourth place on the log standings.

Banda has become the second Zambian to ever play in the NWSL following Racheal Kundananji’s debut last month for Bay FC.

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