In the end, the reverse was allowed.
The Korean women’s national team (ranked 15th in the FIFA rankings) led by coach Colin Bell played against Belgium (ranked 20th in the FIFA) in the Arnold Clark Cup 2nd leg held at the CBS Arena in Coventry, England on the 20th at 3:15 am (Korean time). The second half is underway.
Korea started the 4-3-3 formation. Son Hwa-yeon was placed at the forefront, and Jang Seul-gi and Choi Yu-ri were placed on the wings. In the midfield, Jang Chang, Ji So-yeon, and Lee Geum-min worked together. Shim Seo-yeon, Lim Seon-joo, Kim Hye-ri, and Chu Hyo-joo paired the four backs, and Kim Jeong-mi wore the goalkeeper gloves.
Korea scored the first goal.메이저사이트 In the 10th minute of the first half, after Yuri Choi broke through the right side, the shot was deflected and flowed to the goal. Afterwards, the ball was passed to Lee Geum-min in the midst of a hassle, and a mid-range shot hit the defender and was sucked into the goal. Score 1-0.
swallowed up regret In the 15th minute of the first half, Hyo-joo Choo sprinted from the right side and crossed. The spear rushing at her tried to reach her foot, but it slipped off to the side of her goal.
Belgium strikes the balance. In the 1st minute of extra time in the first half, a cross came from the left side and the clearing flowed to Büllart. A shot from the penalty arc hit Lim Seon-joo and was deflected. Score 1-1.
Belgium reversed. In the 23rd minute of the second half, a corner kick came up and what goalkeeper Kim Jeong-mi was trying to hit landed right in front of him. De Cainy, who was replaced, pushed it. Score 1-2.