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Zambia’s Amazing Come From Behind Draw Against China at the Olympics

Zambia's forward Barbra Banda (R) shoots to score during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games women's group F first round football match between China and Zambia at the Miyagi Stadium in Miyagi on July 24, 2021. Kohei CHIBAHARA / AFP

If you didn’t catch last week’s Zambia-China women’s soccer face-off at the Olympics in Tokyo then you missed what will no doubt go down as one of the greatest matches of the games.

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