BRISBANE, Australia (Yonhap) – South Korean women’s soccer ace Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC) said she was “proud of the players who didn’t give up until the end” and 토토 expressed satisfaction with the draw against Germany, the ‘Tank Corps ‘.South Korea, ranked 17th in the world by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), drew 1-1 with Germany (2nd) in the third match of Group H at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 in Brisbane, Australia, on Wednesday. South Korea took the lead in the sixth minute through Cho So-hyun (Independent), but conceded in the 42nd minute to end the match 1-1.After two consecutive losses against Colombia and Morocco, the outlook for the game against Germany was bleak, but the team performed better than expected and returned home with a point. “I don’t think many people thought we would draw today,” Ji said, adding, “I guess they don’t understand soccer. “”I have friends in the German national team, and they were saying, ‘Korea and Germany should have been in the round of 16, but they both fell,'” he said of the result. “We had more scoring chances today than in the Colombia and Morocco games,” he said, adding, “I wish we could have played like we did in the previous two games.” “The players didn’t give up and did their best for the fans who supported them until the end,” Ji said, “I’m proud of that, and I think we showed what we can do today.” “I’m happy that we did better than that,” said Ji-so-yeon, who finished the previous World Cup in 2019 with a three-game losing streak. “I don’t know if I’ll get another chance to play at a World Cup in the future, but I believe that the younger players will use today’s experience as a foundation for their development.” Ji So-yeon, born in 1991, commented on the losses to Colombia and Morocco, saying, “It was a moment when four years of hard work became meaningless.” “I still wanted to finish well today,” she vowed, “but this is not the end, there are still Asian Games and Olympic qualifiers, so I will recover quickly.”It was a game we could have won if we didn’t concede,” said captain Kim Hye-ri (Hyundai Steel), “but I’m proud of the players for trying their best.” “Today, we didn’t want to be seen hunkering down,” he said, adding, “It’s a shame that we didn’t enjoy the World Cup stage because of the pressure, but today we played to have fun so that we wouldn’t have any regrets .”Park Eun-sun (Seoul Metropolitan Government), who played as a defender on the day, said, “I was disappointed with the result because we scored the first goal and didn’t win.” “The coach asked me to play a header role with a taller opponent,” he said. “I don’t know if I’ll get another chance with the national team, but I’ll keep practicing hard because I want to play more,” said the 1986-born player. “I’m proud of today’s result because we were able to show what kind of team we are,” said Casey Eugene Fair (PDA), a 2007 graduate who started the game. “The whole team had a ‘we have nothing to lose’ attitude and were ready to give it their all against Germany.”Paer, the youngest of the 32 participating nations in the tournament, started the game and became the youngest player (16 years, 35 days) 스포츠토토 to start a World Cup qualifying match in South Korean soccer history, both male and female.

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