Kiyeng strikers urged to emulate Zambia's Banda

Barbara Banda of Zambia in action with Wang Xiaoxue of China

That encourages Kenyan forwards to follow Zambia Banda. A natural striker and modern forward, Banda is 21 years old and has all the elements to be the best in the world. In summary, there is an African woman who recorded the first hat-trick against the Netherlands and scored three goals at the Olympic Women's Soccer Tournament. \\ u2022 Zambia is looking forward to a world-class match that will defeat Brazil, who won two Olympic silver medals at Banda on Tuesday. According to Alex Alumira and director Alex Alumira, a Kenyan striker urged him to defeat the Red Pigeon forward Barbra Banda and see the history of the Olympics in Zambia. The 21-year-old made an impressive appearance by scoring two hat-trick in many of the ongoing Tokyo games, even though Copper Queens had only one point. Banda, who is active in the Chinese Super League's Shanghai Seong Ri, said, "Before moving Spanish loan Blow to China, he is competing with golden boots in 28 games." Scored 16 goals. Aluminum and Choi, who oversee the women's Premier League team, said Queens is a skilled and innate striker thanks to Banda's qualities, and a modern center forward can join any team in the world. .. "She is a respected player for Kenyan players. She has everything, including skill, speed, power and skill, without which she can hardly record," said Alumira. Bandas are beasts in boxes, and long-range attacks are dangerous. Link-up play with her teammates maximizes her strengths. \u201cShe runs well in the air and can run tactically to solve. She is a player on the team and a dream striker for every manager. She has the world at her feet. "It's never been difficult to score a hat-trick against the Netherlands in the World Cup final. One of the things I've learned at the Olympics is that it's about organizing your skills and tactics.\\u201d The Copper Queen is in Group F. A big loss of 103 to the Netherlands. is declining, but it is these three goals for Banda that mark a big breakthrough for the Zambians who debuted on a prestigious show: Banda was the first woman to win her country's first Olympic Games Her hat-trick against the Netherlands was also Became the first African woman to score three goals in a women's soccer tournament. Banda wrote her name again in Sunday's history book and won three of her four goals for China. Zambia will beat Brazil, who won two Olympic silver medals in the Mastsuin match on Tuesday, demonstrating Banda world-class competitiveness.  

We will not despise anyone, says Kiyeng ahead of 3000m SC battle:

Hyvin Kiyeng leads Purity Kirui during a training session at Moi Stadium, Kasarani.
Hyvin Kiyeng leads Purity Kirui during a training session at Moi Stadium, Kasarani.

The 2015 world champion  in women's 3,000m steeplechase Hyvin Kiyeng believes it would be suicidal to underrate the threat posed by Kenya's unfancied opponents in the water and hurdles race. 

Kiyeng instead expects all participants in the race to put their best foot forward considering the stature of the Olympics. 

"I cannot say anything or pinpoint any threat in particular. You remember in 2017 at the World Championships; no one expected those Americans to perform so well and yet they did. Being a championship the most important thing is for everyone to stay focused because even if you are a champion but are not focused, you will lose," Kiyeng said. 

The Americans she is referring to are Emma Coburn and Courtney Frerichs who upstaged a star-studded field to clinch gold and silver  respectively in the women's 3,000m steeplechase at the 2017 World Championships in London, UK. 

Kiyeng, then the defending champion, finished third to take home bronze.   

With this warning in mind, Kiyeng plans to work closely with her countryman, world record holder Beatrice Chepkoech, and 2014 Commonwealth gold medalist Purity Kirui, to ensure that Kenya will not return empty-handed in the game starting on August 1. "Teamwork is important to us because we have a good understanding of our teammates. We train very well together, and I have full confidence in my teammates that we can do great things. The three of us may be receiving awards. Taiwan." The Olympic silver medalist said. She admits that adding an Olympic gold medal to her medal collection has always been her idea, and she believes that she is in the best condition to finally achieve this goal. I won the silver medal in 2016, and this time I will work hard to win the gold medal. However, like any other champion, it is not easy, but I will try my best," he said. Kiyeng hopes to continue to maintain his excellent form on the court so far this season, the last time he was in the Monaco Diamond League, where he defeated Chepkoc with a personal best of 9:03.82.


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