Korean Women’s Soccer Loses 0-1 to Morocco

South Korea, led by head coach Colin Bell, lost 0-1 in the second Group H match against Morocco at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide, Australia, on the 30th. South Korea, which lost 0-2 in the first game against Colombia on the 25th, was also caught by Morocco and lost two games, falling to the bottom of the group. 토토사이트

South Korea, ranked 17th in the FIFA rankings, sought its first victory in the tournament against 72nd-ranked Morocco. Morocco was completely defeated by Germany 0-6 earlier, so South Korea’s dominance was expected. However, after South Korea lost a point in the early hours, it failed to open Morocco’s goal and finally lowered its head.

South Korea is on the verge of early confirmation of its defeat in the round of 16 depending on the results of the match between Germany and Colombia. If Germany beats Colombia or finishes the game with a draw, South Korea’s chances of advancing to the round of 16 will disappear.

Coach Bell showed his willingness to win by starting veteran striker Park Eun-sun Seoul City Hall. Park Eun-sun was in charge of the attack with Son Hwa-yeon Hyundai Steel in the 3-5-2 formation.

Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC), Cho So-hyun Tottenham, and Lee Geum-min (Brighton) were in the second line, while Jang Seul-ki Hyundai Steel and Choo Hyo-joo Suwon FC were left and right wingbacks. Kim Hye-ri, Hong Hye-ji Hyundai Steel, and Shim Seo-yeon Suwon FC were in charge of defense, while Jungmi Kim Hyundai Steel defended the goal.

South Korea’s run came in the sixth minute of the first half. Ivesam Zraidi connected a cross from Morocco’s Hanane Ait El Haji from the right side with a header to shake South Korea’s net.

South Korea, which was embarrassed by early runs, made several good scenes after 15 minutes in the first half. Lee Geum-min’s shot hit the defender’s body, and Choo Hyo-joo and Son Hwa-yeon also threatened Morocco with shots. In the 26th minute of the first half, Park Eun-sun threw herself and connected it with a header, but unfortunately, it missed the goal.

South Korea, which finished the first half 0-1, tried to change with the start of the second half by putting in Choi Yu-ri Hyundai Steel and Moon Mi-ra Suwon FC on behalf of Son Hwa-yeon and Choo Hyo-joo.

South Korea had an advantage in the second half, but the expected score did not come out. Casey Eugene Fair’s left-footed shot, which entered as a substitute at the end of the second half, flowed next to the goal and missed the chance to tie.

South Korea threatened Morocco with 14 shots, but failed to operate the scoring and lowered its head. South Korea will play the final group match against Germany in Brisbane, Australia, at 7 p.m. on August 3.

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