Kiwi soccer team forced to evacuate burning hotel

New Zealand’s women’s soccer team, the Football Ferns, insist they are focused on their next Women’s World Cup task despite a nighttime evacuation from their burning hotel.

A 34-year-old has been arrested by New Zealand police and charged with burglary and arson after an attack on Auckland’s Pullman Hotel on Saturday evening.

New Zealand’s women players were forced to evacuate their hotel on Saturday night.Credit: Getty Images

Players and staff from New Zealand’s national women’s…

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