The South Korean women’s national soccer team ended their tournament with a draw.

Colleen Bell’s South Korea drew 1-1 with Germany in their third match of Group H at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Wednesday.

With one draw and two losses, South Korea finished at the bottom of the group and failed to reach the round of 16, which they had hoped for. However, they did earn a share of the spoils in their final group game by drawing with Germany, who were considered one of the ‘favorites’ to win the tournament.

South Korea took the lead in the sixth minute of the first half when Cho So-hyun scored with a calm right-footed shot off a pass from Lee Young-joo, but conceded in the 42nd minute when Germany’s Alexandra Popp was beaten by a header.

Korea pushed on until the very end, and despite a last-minute push from Germany, held on for dear life to earn a valuable point. 먹튀검증

It was a far cry from the previous two matches. “There were many dangerous moments, but our players fought very well,” Bell said in the post-match press conference.

“Now we have to look to the future. We have a lot of players in their mid-30s, so it’s time to build a new team.”

Cho So-hyun, who scored the first goal, said, “The players played hard. If we had played like this from the first game, we would have been able to show a better performance.”

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