A woman's game: Nadia Nadim

'Give me a ball and I forget about most of the stuff going on around me.'

    Nadia Nadim fled Afghanistan with her mother and four sisters after the Taliban killed her father. Their journey took them to Denmark, whom Nadia now represents at international level.

    This is the second episode in the three-part series "A Woman's Game". Each episode features women from different parts of the world who dedicated their lives to football, a sport dominated by men.

    Director: Claudia Jardim

    Producers: Irene Caselli and Mariangela Maturi

    Editors: Andrew Phillips

    Translations from Danish: Emil Staulund Larsen

    Special thanks to Manchester City

    This story was funded by the European Journalism Centre.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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