ADELAIDE (Yonhap) – South Korean women’s national soccer ace Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC) says she is “not sure what went wrong” after her team’s second straight group stage loss at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023.Head coach Colleen Bell’s side lost 0-1 to Morocco in their second Group H match of the tournament in Adelaide, Australia, on Tuesday. South Korea’s 0-2 loss to Colombia on the 25th made it two defeats and effectively eliminated them from the round of 16.If Colombia fails to win today’s match between Germany and Colombia, South Korea will be eliminated in the round of 16.Even if Colombia beats Germany, South Korea will need to win by a large margin against Germany on August 3 to keep their hopes of reaching the round of 16 alive .With two consecutive scoreless defeats, South Korea has now lost six straight Women’s World Cup matches. “It was unfortunate that we conceded so quickly at the beginning of the game,” Ji So-yeon said after the match, “I don’t know what went wrong. “South Korea, ranked 17th in the FIFA World Rankings, were one goal up on 72nd-ranked 온라인카지노 Morocco before the tournament began, but were unable to make up for it after conceding a goal in the sixth minute of the first half. “I think we were not good enough, and I don’t have anything to say about it,” Ji said, adding, “Many fans came to the stadium and supported us from behind, and I’m very sorry for the poor result. “Recalling the situation four years ago at the 2019 tournament, when the team went undefeated in three group games, Ji-So-yeon trailed off, saying, “It’s like we’re back to that time again, so it’s a bit…” and lamented, “I hope the experience will help the younger players because there’s the next World Cup, but I feel very responsible.”

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