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Zambian Ex Boxer Becomes World Youngest Player To Score Hattrick In The Olympics

Although it was a disaster outing for the Copper Queens of Zambia on their opening game of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after being trashed 10-3 by the Netherlands, Zambia set a record despite the result.

Yesterday, 21-year-old Barbra Banda became the youngest player, and first African player, to score a hat-trick in Women's Football Olympic history. 

The Shanghai Shengli forward put her on the world record when she scored country all three goals in the 10-3 loss to the Netherlands in group F opening games.

Barbra scored her first in the 19 minutes when the Netherlands are already up with 3 and scored the last two goals of the game with the Netherlands already 10 up to create a record for herself despite the scandalous loss on their debut game.

Barbra will be looking to put her name on the scoresheet again when Zambia takes on China on Saturday.

The Copper Queens qualified for their Olympics football when they Eliminate teams like Botswana, Malawi and Cameroon.

Also, Arsenal Forward Miedema netted four against the Africa Representative as the Netherlands recorded the highest winning an Olympics football.

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