Third Match Against Uzbekistan On 9th

The Korean women’s U-20 (under 20) national team overpowered Taiwan and won its first Asian Cup group stage victory, raising the possibility of advancing to the semifinal tournament.

The South Korean women’s U-20 national team, led by head coach Park Yoon-jung, won 6-0 in the second Group A match of the 2024 AFC U-20 Women’s Asian Cup at Tashkent Dustlik Stadium in Tashkent, Uzbekistan at 5 p.m. on the 6th (Korea Standard Time), with multiple goals from Jeon Yoo-kyung (Wideok University), Won Chae-eun (Korea University), Kim Shin-ji and Bae Ye-bin (Wideok University) scoring consecutive goals. South Korea, which recorded one win and one loss, will decide whether to advance to the semifinal tournament through the final group match against Uzbekistan on the 9th. 토토사이트 추천

South Korea (1 win, 1 loss, 3 points), which lost to Australia 1-2 in the first group match on the 3rd, is ranked second in the group after Australia (2 wins, 6 points). Australia won 2-0 in the second group match against Uzbekistan. In terms of records, South Korea is likely to win the final match against Uzbekistan, the weakest team. Uzbekistan is at the bottom of the two matches with two losses as it lost 0-2 in the first match against Taiwan and suffered a crushing defeat to South Korea.

Eight countries will participate in this year’s event, with four teams divided into two groups, and the four teams ranked first and second in each group will advance to the tournament. Korea is in Group A with Uzbekistan, the host country, Australia, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Group B includes Japan, North Korea, China, and Vietnam.

The AFC U-20 Women’s Asian Cup was launched in 2002 and serves as a preliminary round for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Asia. The top four players in this year’s event will be qualified for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, which will take place in Colombia in September. The number of participating countries in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup has increased from 16 to 24, and the number of World Cup tickets given to Asia has also increased from three to four.

Unlike the match against Australia, which was held in heavy snow, this match was played under sunny weather. South Korea showed signs of anxiety early in the game, such as making a pass mistake in the defense, but quickly shook off the mistakes and took the lead. In particular, Jeon Yoo-kyung, who scored in the last match against Australia, was used to focus on the right side. In the 22nd minute of the first half, Won Chae-eun cracked with a bold mid-range shot.

Soon after, Korea eventually took the lead, leaving behind the misfortune of Kim Shin-ji’s mid-range shot hitting the post. Jeon Yoo-kyung, who scored against Australia, roared once again. In the 28th minute of the first half, Kim Shin-ji put the ball in to Jeon Yoo-kyung, who was in the penalty box, and Jeon Yoo-kyung, who turned smoothly, shook the net with a shot aimed at the far side of the net.

In the 36th minute of the first half, Jeon Yu-kyung scored an additional goal with her head, widening the gap. Jeong Yu-jin (Wideok University) scored a sharp cross from the left side, and Jeon Yu-kyung jumped high to score the second goal with an accurate header. Jeon Yu-kyung showed off her best form by scoring her third goal of the championship.

Coach Park Yoon-jung did not slow down his attack by excluding Yang Eun-seo (Korea University) and Jeong Yu-jin, and deployed Cho Hye-young (Gwangyang Girls’ High School) and Kim Soo-ah (Ulsan University of Science) as soon as he entered the second half, and Kim Shin-ji scored an additional goal. Kim Shin-ji, who received Bae Ye-bin’s pass at the 9th minute of the second half, cleared the opponent’s goalkeeper with a left-footed mid-range shot without delay in the first half.

The Korean team continued to have a goal celebration. At the 19th minute of the second half, Jeon Yoo-kyung passed backward through Won Chae-eun, and Bae Ye-bin, who was rushing, scored her fourth goal with a clean shot. One minute later, Cho Hye-young penetrated the right side and gave up a cross, and Won Chae-eun, who was at the gate, calmly finished the game and widened the gap to five goals.

Won Chae-eun scored an additional goal to score the game. After a short corner kick in the 34th minute of the second half, Kim Shin-ji scored the ball into the box. Won Chae-eun scored the sixth goal through an accurate header to clinch the victory.

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