Ramalepe Bags Belarusian Women’s Cup Title

by | Aug 8, 2021

Banyana Banyana defender, Lebogang Ramalepe, celebrates her second Belarusian Women’s Cup title victory after FC Dinamo Minsk beat city rivals, FC Minsk on Friday, 6 August 2021.

Dinamo cruised to a 5-0 win as the teams prepares for the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Ramalepe will be making her debut in the competition and is excited to be part of such a prestigious competition.

“I’m happy that I am going to be part of the squad that will play in the Champions League. I have been in major tournaments; this is one of my bucket list items. I need to tick (it off), so I can say I’ve achieved a lot in my life,” she explained in an interview with Diski Queens.

“This is the only thing I need to do right. I just have to go there and do my best and enjoy every moment of it. Because I don’t know if there will be another chance for me will come. I need to make sure that the little time I get to play in the Champions League, I enjoy.”

Dinamo Minsk will face Apollon Ladies of Cyprus in the preliminary round of the UWCL on Wednesday, 18 August 2021.

 

Photo Caption: Banyana Banyana defender, Lebogang Ramalepe (right draped in the South African flag), celebrates her second Belarusian Women’s Cup title victory after FC Dinamo Minsk beat city rivals, FC Minsk on Friday, 6 August 2021. Photo: Lebo Ramalepe (Instagram)

 

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