Women’s Soccer Team Lost 1-4 in the North-South Match

Women’s Soccer Team Lost 1-4 in the North-South Match… Disappointment in Making it to the Semifinals

Women’s soccer team Belho was completely defeated in the ‘North-South confrontation’

held in the quarterfinals of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games

failed to advance to the semifinals for the first time in 25 years.

Women’s National Soccer Team

The women’s national soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell,

lost 1-4 to North Korea in the quarterfinals of the tournament

held at the Wenzhou Sports Center Stadium in Zhejiang Province, China, on the afternoon of the 30th.

They were unable to overcome the numerical inferiority caused

by the sending off of Son Hwa-yeon (Hyundai Steel) in the 41st minute of the first half,

gave up 3 goals in the second half and bowed out. 온라인카지노

It has been 25 years since Korean women’s soccer failed to reach the semifinals of the Asian Games

since the 1998 Bangkok Games, where it finished in 5th place.

The record of losing streak against North Korea at the Asian Games also increased.

We met 6 times and lost all of them.

World Cup

Belho, who was eliminated from the group stage at the FIFA Women’s World Cup held last July with 1 draw and 2 losses,

was unable to win a medal at the Asian Games and packed up early.

When a corner kick was awarded in the 11th minute of the first half,

Park Eun-sun’s competition in front of the goal blocked the view of Lee Hye-kyung (Yallugang),

who was behind her, and Lee Hye-kyung was unable to properly handle the ball and scored an own goal.

North Korea brought the game back to square one in 9 minutes.

Lee Hak (4, 25)’s right-footed free kick from the left side of the penalty area

was sucked into the upper corner of the opposite goal, making the score 1-1.

The national team, unable to find a proper offensive opportunity in the second half,

ended up giving up a comeback goal in the 36th minute of the second half.

With North Korea gaining momentum, in the 45th minute of the second half,

Lee Hak scored a surprise right-footed mid-range shot from behind the penalty arc to put a wedge in the game.

Korea even gave a penalty kick in the extra time of the second half

after it was determined that veteran defender Kim Hye-ri (Hyundai Steel)

was hit on the hand while handling the ball in the penalty area.

Kim Gyeong-young (my hometown), who took the kicker,

calmly kicked the ball, completing North Korea’s 4-1 victory.

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