The Zambia Under-17 Women’s team has qualified to the second round of the 2014 Costa Rica World Cup after thrashing Botwana 3-1 in Lusaka on Sunday to go through 8-3 on aggregate.

The Albert Kachinga coached side thumped Botswana 5-2 in the first leg at Molepolole in Gaborone on 16 August.

Zambia’s Ireen Lungu opened the scoring after three minutes at Sunset Stadium before Gorata Morekolodi equalised for the visitors on the stroke of half time.

Later Zambia scored two late goals via Memory Phiri who inked a brace.
Zambia will now face South Africa in the second round in November this yea

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    • SLAY??? Why these people are just thinking of killing things.
      LT. just broke most of these words, just the same as you forbid insele like…

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  1. End of the road for Zambia. i’m not a prophet of doom but just stating a fact. Football in Zambia needs a complete overhaul. Well done to the coach Albert Kachinga, former Ex- Warriors player. At least you didn’t struggle to win at this stage.

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