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MOROCCO AND ZAMBIA QUALIFY FOR FIRST EVER WOMEN’S WORLD CUP.

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Morocco and Zambia have both qualified for the Women’s World Cup for the first time after winning their Women’s Africa Cup of Nations WAFCON quarterfinals yesterday.

Morocco’s-1 victory against Botswana made them the first country from North African to qualify for the Women’s World Cup.

Earlier, goalkeeper Hazel Nali was the hero for Zambia their penalty shootout win against Senegal, after extra time had finished 1-1 in Casablanca.

All four WAFCON semi-finalists automatically qualify for the 32-team tournament in Australia and NewZealand in 2023.

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