Women’s football Belho lost 0-4 to ‘European Champion’ England
Korea endured the wave of attacks well until the middle of the first half. However, England struggled with physicality and strength and conceded. 토토사이트 In the 40th minute of the first half, Georgia Stanway gave up the opening goal from a penalty kick. Earlier, Seulgi Jang allowed a penalty kick by walking Lauren James, who was breaking through.
In the first minute of the second half, Kelly’s shot was deflected by Lee Geum-min’s foot and allowed an additional goal. Alessia Russo scored in the 5th minute of the second half and James scored in the 33rd minute of the second half. In the 23rd minute of the second half, Son Hwa-yeon (Hyundai Steel) hit a mid-range shot, but it missed.
Korea will play the second match against Belgium on the 20th and the third match against Italy on the 23rd. In this tournament, 4 countries will play a full league to determine the winner. Belgium defeated Italy 2-1.
Meanwhile, Korea, in Group H of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, will face Colombia (27th) on July 25, Morocco (76th) on July 30, and Germany (2nd) on August 3.
The Korean women’s national soccer team was defeated by England in a friendly match.
Korea (FIFA Ranking 15th), led by Colin Bell (UK), lost 0-4 to England (FIFA Ranking 4th) in the first leg of the 2023 Arnold Clark Cup held at MK Stadium in Milton Keynes, England on the 17th (Korean time). .
Ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup to be held in Australia and New Zealand in July and August of this year, Korea participated in a friendly competition held in England as a mock test. ‘Euro 2022 winning team’ was properly vaccinated against the strong England. Korea has recorded 14 wins, 7 draws and 7 losses since Bell took over.
Korea’s Choi Yuri (Hyundai Steel), Lee Geum-min (Brighton), and Jang Seul-gi (Hyundai Steel) started the game. Ace Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC) was sidelined due to an ankle injury. Cho So-hyun (Tottenham), Lee Min-ah (Hyundai Steel), and Lee Young-joo (Madrid) could not join the national team at all due to injuries.