South Korea is unlikely to reach the round of 16 at the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but it still remains.
Colombia, which had its second Group H match of the 2023 Australia and New Zealand Women’s World Cup at Sydney Football Stadium in Sydney, Australia, beat Germany 2-1.
The first goal was scored in the 7th minute 토토사이트 of the second half. Colombian striker Linda Caicedo, who caught the ball from the left side of the German penalty box, shot between two opposing defenders. The shot passed goalkeeper Merle Proms and went into the far post. New star Kaiseido, who was born in 2005, also scored in the first game against South Korea.
Germany balanced in the 44th minute of the second half. A penalty kick was declared due to a foul by Colombian goalkeeper Catalina Perez. German striker Alexandra Pope scored as a kicker.
Just before the end of the game, Colombia scored a dramatic winning goal. In the seventh minute of extra time in the second half, Manuela Vannegas’ header shot flew to the right corner of the net and crossed the goal line in Colombia’s corner kick attack.
At the end of the second leg, Colombia won two games and won six points, leading the group. Germany and Morocco, which have one win and one loss side by side, are in second and third place, respectively. Germany, which defeated Morocco by six goals in the first round, is ahead in goal difference. South Korea, which has lost two consecutive games, is at the bottom of the list.
As Colombia defeated Germany, which is considered a favorite and the strongest team in the group, South Korea will also be able to continue its hope of advancing to the round of 16. If South Korea beats Germany in the third game and Colombia beats Morocco, the three teams except Colombia will have one win and two losses.
However, there is only an arithmetic possibility, and miraculous results are needed in the third game to revive hope. Germany’s goal difference is +5 and South Korea’s -3 until the second round, so they have to win by more than five goals. South Korea and Germany will play their third Group H match on August 3 at Brisbane Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.