Lee Geum-min scored an equalizer and a come-from-behind goal.
The Korean women’s national soccer team, led by head coach Colin Bell, is facing off against Zambia at the ‘Shinsegae E-mart Invitational Women’s Soccer Team Friendly Match’ held at Suwon World Cup Stadium at 7:00 pm on the 7th.
Currently, the second half is underway, and Lee Geum-min’s come-from-behind goal broke out and Korea took the lead from the beginning of the game, leading 3-2 . In the 24th minute of the first half, Kim Hye-ri’s cross from the left flank was directed to Cho So-hyun on the other side, and Jo So-hyun calmly controlled it and shook the net with a powerful shot. Zambia tried to counterattack with Barbra’s shot after conceding, but Kim Jung-mi caught it온라인카지노. A variable occurred in Korea, which continued to have a good atmosphere. Lim Seon-joo was stepped on during a contest with Barbra, and eventually left the ground due to an injury.
However, following the equalizer, he allowed a turnaround. In the 38th minute of the first half, a chaotic situation occurred in front of the Korean gate. The players threw their bodies to block Barbra and Grace’s shot, but Kundananji’s shot unfortunately conceded the goal. Then, in the extra time of the first half, Kundananji snatched the ball and sent it into the box, and Barbra scored. The first half ended 1-2.
Korea used a replacement card at the start of the second half. Jeong Seol-bin was left out and Park Eun-seon was put in. As in the first half, Korea drove from the beginning. Park Eun-sun’s header came from a corner kick in the 7th minute of the second half, but it went straight to the opposing goalkeeper.
Korea scored the equalizer. In the 13th minute of the second half, Park Eun-sun, who was in front of the box, headed the ball from the back, and Lee Geum-min, who was infiltrating into the space in front of the goal, received it and attempted a concise shot, splitting the opponent’s net. Korea continued to drive. In the 15th minute of the second half, Jo So-hyun’s mid-range shot from a long distance hit the post. Soon, Korea’s come-from-behind goal came out. It was Lee Geum-min again. In the 17th minute of the second half, Lee Geum-min’s right-footed shot from the left side of the box was sucked into the corner of the goal.