Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Barbra Banda assists in Orlando Pride draw

Copper Queens skipper Barbra Banda set up a goal as Orlando Pride played to a 1-1 draw with San Diego Wave. 

The draw means the Pride’s eight match National Women’s Soccer League historical run comes to an end. 

The Zambian international was withdrawn at halftime as Seb Hines introduced Brazilian football icon Marta for her 100th League appearance. 

The Goal ; 36’ Julie Doyle (Barbra Banda) – ORL 1, SD 0
The Pride opened the scoring on the counterattack after their defence cleared away a corner. 

The ball was sent up to Barbra Banda who drove at the defender and crossed the ball into the box, finding Julie Doyle who made an acrobatic finish to pull ahead.

The Equalizer; 62’ Makenzy Doniak – ORL 1, SD 1
The home side levelled things up in the second half after a ball was crossed to the back post and found the foot of Makenzy Doniak. 

Doniak was able to get a shot away and through a crowd of players, deflecting off a Pride defender and into the back of the net.

The Pride’s unbeaten run (8-0-4, 28 points) has however continued as they go 12 games without suffering a single defeat.

The Pride will remain on the road for their next match, travelling to face the North Carolina Courage on Saturday, June 15 at WakeMed Soccer Park.

Aaron Mubanga
Aaron Mubangahttps://zambianfootball.co.zm
Aaron Mubanga is a qualified Environmental Health Technologist| Editor in Chief of Zambia's biggest all local football website ZamFoot| Player manager for Copper Queens duo of Barbra Banda and Evarine Susan Katongo |Brand Ambassador for Betway|Talent Scout| Women's Football Ambassador| Blogger | Football Writer|

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1 Comment

  1. These players Avram grant selected were just fine
    What made us go down is fear from the look of things that’s why we conceded an early goal in the first half despite that scenario ZAMBIA came back in the game,
    What we were lacking is experience from our players but if maintained they will adapt
    The coach has vision just emphasize on him making early subs
    But the problem in Zambia we don’t stay with one coach for a long period of time and that is killing us
    According to the way ZAMBIA played yesterday it was tremendously good just wishing them a good lucky

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