Sports Avalanche of goals by the Women's Nzalang Under 20 against Zambia The second leg of matches of the second phase for qualifying for the FIFA Under-20 World Cup Canada 2014 were played this weekend.


In the Malabo Stadium, the Women's Nzalang Under 20 decisively defeated the Chipolopolo team of Zambia with a score of 4-0. This result, coupled with a 2-0 victory achieved by the girls of Equatorial Guinea in the first leg in Lusaka (Zambia's capital), has a 6-0 overall result, which allows direct passage of the Women's Nzalang Under 20 to the third round, the last of these playoffs.

Regarding the second leg, held on Sunday, December 22, the first half ended with a 1-0 victory in favor of the Nzalang, who opened the scoreboard in the 48th minute thanks to a goal from player number 11, Olivia.

In the second half, the two teams returned to the game with determination: in the 62nd minute, player number 15, Jovana Esther, scored the second goal by scoring a penalty. However, the result did not put an end to the spirits of the visitors, who continued to fight, despite the superiority demonstrated by the players of the Nzalang. The Equatorial Guineans did not show mercy, and at the 79th minute, again player number 11, Olivia, scored the third goal.

The match became a party for the fans present, with unfailing support for the players who did not hesitate to continue to impose their game. At 89 minutes, Camila was defeated in ​​Zambia’s area and the referee called a penalty, which was converted by Apolonia. A few minutes before, the Zambians were left outnumbered by the expulsion of their player number 15, Wendo Caisam.

We can also highlight in this match the injury of Olivier Cristel, one of the key players of the Nzalang and author of two goals in Zambia.

Equatorial Guinea's next opponent will be Ghana, and the first leg will take place on January 11 in Accra.

Text: David Monsuy Senior.
Photos: Mansueto Loeri Bomohagasi.
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Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.

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