‘Goal in 27 Seconds’ ends with two consecutive warm-up matches against the Philippines

FIFA ranked 20th beat the Philippines (39th) 2-1 in a friendly match for the women’s national soccer team invited by Shinsegae E-Mart at Icheon Stadium on the 8th, thanks to Choi Yu-ri (Birmingham City) with one goal and one assist.

The national team, which beat the Philippines 3-0 in the first leg on the 5th, also won the second leg and finished the warm-up match with consecutive wins.

As soon as the game started, the Korean team scored a thunderous goal to take the lead. Just 27 seconds into the game, Choo Hyo-joo (Incheon Hyundai Steel) lightly pushed Choi Yuri’s low cross into the right side. In the match against Hong Kong at the 2003 Asian Football Confederation Asian Cup, Choo broke the record of shortest time (38 seconds) recorded by Sung Hyun-ah.

Team Korea ran away by one more step in the middle of the first half. It targeted the right side again in the 33rd minute of the first half. Choi Yu-ri, who was rushing in a sharp cross that Kang Chae-rim (Suwon FC) sent to the goalpost, finished it in a concise manner.

In the second half, the Korean team continued to offensively. Choi aimed to score an additional goal when facing the goalie in the fifth minute of the second half, but hit the goalie. In the 18th minute of the second half, Choi continued to shoot three times in a row, but was blocked by the goalie’s defense.

Unable to run away further, the Korean team was hit by a shot by the Philippines. Angela Beard lost the point through a free kick in the 29th minute of the second half.

After the game, Bell said he was satisfied with his overall performance but expressed regret. “I played passively in the second half, gave away a free kick, and that one shot led to a loss,” Bell said. “Anyway, this is part of soccer.” 토토사이트

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