South Korean women’s soccer misses out on round of 16 with valuable draw against world No. 2 Germany

BRISBANE, Australia (AP) – The South Korean women’s national soccer team was held to a 1-1 draw by world No. 2 Germany in their group stage match at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023.South Korea (17th in FIFA rankings), coached 카지노 by Colleen Bell (England), drew 1-1 with Germany in their third Group H match of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand at Brisbane Stadium on Wednesday.With one draw and two losses, South Korea finished at the bottom of the group and failed to advance to the Round of 16, but earned a share of the spoils in their final group game against top-ranked Germany, which was considered one of the ‘favorites’ to win the tournament.It also ended a six-match losing streak in the Women’s World Cup, dating back to the round of 16 against France in 2015. South Korea’s overall record at the Women’s World Cup is one win, two draws and 10 losses.South Korea struck first in the sixth minute of the first half when Cho So-hyun (Unaffiliated) took a pass from Lee Young-joo (Madrid CFF) and calmly finished with her right foot.However, they were unable to defend their one-goal lead in the 42nd minute when Germany’s Alexandra Popp had a header saved.In Group H, Colombia and Morocco (both 2-1-1) advanced to the round of 16 after finishing first and second in the 카지노 group. Germany was eliminated in the group stage for the first time in the tournament’s history

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