THREE days after being bruised, Zambia will today aim for a better display in their second practice match against South Korea as the team continues to shape up for the July FIFA Women’s World Cup. On Friday, Zambia lost 5-2 to to their Asian opponents. This second friendly match serves as a vital stepping stone for Zambia as they continue to prepare for football’s biggest stage. Making their debut in the prestigious tournament, the Copper Queens will be eager to demonstrate their progress and ability to bounce back from a tough loss. In Friday’s match, Zambia’s defensive weaknesses and midfield issues were exposed, leading to a disappointing score line. Despite going down early in the 23rd minute to a goal…...

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