Women’s World Cup 2023 was a disappointment

South Korea draws 1, loses 2, fails to reach round of 16
Last World Cup for the ‘golden generation’…a bittersweet aftertaste

“The School Sports Promotion Association and the Korea Sports Council run the ‘2023 Student Sports Reporters’ program to revitalize school sports. Now in its third year, the Student Sports Reporters’ Corps is a group of student journalists selected through an open call for middle and high school students to cover various school sports activities and general sports-related news. Through this program, we will increase students’ interest in sports activities and take the lead in creating a healthy and vibrant school sports culture. Articles covered by the ‘Student Sports Reporters’ will be selected and published on the front page once a month.”》

The 9th FIFA Women’s World Cup was co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20.

The South Korean women’s national soccer team lost 2-0 to Colombia in Group H on July 25 and lost 1-0 to Morocco on July 30.

On August 3, the team drew 1-1 with Germany, but finished fourth in the group and failed to advance to the round of 16.

The Korean Women’s National Team was disappointed with the performance of their veteran players, especially against Morocco, where they managed just 0 shots on target. In their final match against Germany, they showed their mettle with a draw, but had to settle for finishing last in their group. After the whistle blew, Cho said, “I wish I had done this earlier…” but it was too late.

With the ‘golden generation’ of players who led Korea to the round of 16 at the 2015 World Cup now in their 30s, it was perhaps even more of a disappointment that this was effectively their last World Cup.소닉카지노

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will feature 32 nations and a total of 60 matches. As of August 12, 2023, 1,740,288 spectators had watched the games. The round of 16 took place from August 5-8, with Spain, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, France, England, and Colombia advancing to the quarterfinals. The winners of the quarterfinals on August 11 and 12, Spain, Sweden, Australia, and England will face off in the semifinals on August 15 and 16.

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