Asian Games, Women's Soccer Team Velho

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Asian Games, Women's Soccer Team Velho

[Asian Games] Women's Soccer Team Velho also Takes its First Step on the 22nd... Aiming for the First Win in History After Overcoming Three Consecutive Bronze Medals




The journey begins with a confrontation with Myanmar... Shall we shake off the disappointment of being eliminated from the World Cup group stage?

Women's soccer team Belho begins its challenge for its first ever Asian Games gold medal.

The Korean women's soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell, will play the first match of Group E of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games against Myanmar at the Wenzhou Sports Center Stadium in Zhejiang Province, China, at 8:30 pm (Korean time) on the 22nd.

Korean women's soccer has yet to win a gold medal in this tournament. 카지노사이트원

At the 2010 Guangzhou, 2014 Incheon, and 2018 Jakarta/Palembang competitions, they all only won bronze medals.

The national team, which was thwarted from advancing to the finals by being blocked by North Korea in both Guangzhou and Incheon, bowed out against Japan in the semifinals in 2018.

The situation is different from the men's soccer team, which is aiming for its third consecutive victory in the tournament by winning two gold medals in a row.

In women's soccer, Japan is a world power, so winning the championship is much more difficult than in men's soccer.

China and North Korea are also evaluated as one step above South Korea.

Although difficulties are expected, Belho has a reason why he must win the gold medal in this competition.

Belho withdrew from the group stage at the FIFA Australia-New Zealand Women's World Cup, which closed a month ago, with a disappointing record of 1 draw and 2 losses.

After appointing Coach Colin Bell, who was famous in European soccer in 2019, and guaranteeing him four years, the women's national team cannot be free from the pressure for performance, as they were unable to secure even a single win and packed up their bags.

As the Asian Games are held right after the World Cup, Belho plans to use this as a chance to restore his honor.

Although they failed on the world stage, the national team achieved some desired results in Asia.

At the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women's Asian Cup held last year, the national team finished second and wrote a new history for Korean women's soccer.

The national team, which advanced to the finals for the first time after finishing third in 2003, scored two goals in the first half of the final against China, but unfortunately lost the championship by conceding three goals in the second half.

The first match against Myanmar will be the first step for Belho, who wants to write another new history.

Coach Bell's concern ahead of this tournament was the matchup where he was likely to meet Japan, a favorite for the title, from the quarterfinals.

However, the organizing committee suddenly changed the schedule and the meeting with Japan was delayed further.

In the changed match-up, first place in Group E, which competes with Myanmar, the Philippines, and Hong Kong, will face the second place in Group D or first place in Group C.

Hwang Sun-Hong-ho's men's soccer team, which started three days earlier than Vel-ho, took a first step that could not have been better.

On the 19th, they defeated Kuwait 9-0 at Jinhua Sports Center Stadium.

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