Zambia U17 Women national team coach Kaluba Kangwa heaped praise on Cindy Banda who scored a hat-trick and set up two goals to help the Young Copper Queens demolish Comoros 15-0.
Kangwa praised the Blessing Academy midfielder for her ability to listen and follow instructions. Kangwa still feels there is a lot to teach the girls ahead of the final game against the hosts Mauritius.
“Am happy our youngest player Cindy she was very much outstanding, she was listening and following Instructions, Shirley is also coming up very well and is improving so these are the players I playing according to Strategy, our Goalkeeper was not challenged but am sure will see them in the coming games,” he said.
“They are so many things that the girls need to improve on especially if we want them to play according to our instructions and how to approach the game, but we have to keep on emphasizing and give the girls more information because the last game will have a tactical approach as we play the host nation who have a win, but will make sure we play a very good game."
Captain of the side Florence Kasonde, scored an 11-minute hat-trick on the day while Shelly Malumo and Cindy Banda chipped in with a hat-trick each to complete the emphatic win.
Tisilile Lungu scored a brace while Esther Banda and Maweta Chilenga netted a goal each with the Comoros goalkeeper putting one in her own net. Zambia will play the final group game against the Host Nation Mauritius On the 24th of September, 2019.