East Asian Youth Championships
Park Je-ah, Jung Jeong-jin score back-to-back goals to beat China
Beat hosts Mongolia in the final to win the title
The Korean women’s U-18 soccer team has won its second consecutive match, 카지노사이트 beating China in an international tournament in Mongolia.
According to the Korea Football Association (KFA) on Tuesday,
the U-18 team, led by former KFA coach Hwang In-sun, defeated the Chinese women’s U-18 team 2-0 in the second match of the 2023
East Asian Youth Games at the MFF Football Center in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on Monday (June 19).
In the 44th minute, captain Park Je-ah (Pohang Women’s College) converted a penalty kick earned by Choi Eun-hyung (Chungju Yesung Girls’ High School) for a foul on an opponent.
In the seventh minute of the second half, 온라인카지노 Jung Jung-jin (Pohang Women’s College) scored another goal. After receiving a penetrating pass from Jung Da-bin (Gwangyang Girls’ High School) near the center circle, Jung dribbled through the defense from the center of the opponent’s half to the center of the penalty area. One-on-one with the goalkeeper, Jung found the back of the net with a right-footed shot.
The tournament features the U-18 national teams of four countries – South Korea, Hong Kong, China, and Mongolia – in a pool play format. After an 11-0 win over Hong Kong in the first round, 카지노사이트존 South Korea defeated China 2-0 in the second round to clinch the title.
Korea will face hosts Mongolia in the final on Nov. 21.