The women’s national soccer team, led by head coach Colin Bell, showed off its offensive power by scoring 10 goals in two consecutive matches against Zambia. But in the history of women’s soccer, goals like this are common. Korea once scored 19 goals in one game.
Korea, led by Bell, won 5-0 in a friendly match against Zambia held at Yongin Mir Stadium on the 11th thanks to Lee Geum-min’s hat-trick and Park Eun-sun’s two goals. Korea, which won 5-2 in the first match on the 7th, won both matches against Zambia.
With this, Korea has refined its offensive power 바카라사이트ahead of the Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup in July. Korea, which raised concerns after losing all three matches in the Arnold Clark Cup held in England last February, succeeded in changing the mood by setting off fireworks in the game against Zambia.
The record of 10 goals in 2 matches seems unprecedented, but the women’s soccer team has a memory of scoring far more goals.
Korea defeated Northern Mariana Islands 19-0 in the East Asian Cup qualifier held in Taiwan in August 2009.
In November 2014, they beat Guam 15-0 in an East Asian Cup qualifier. In addition to this, the Korean women’s soccer team scored more than 10 goals against Hong Kong, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Kazakhstan, and India and scored a complete victory without conceding a single goal.
The only time the men’s national team scored more than 10 goals in an A-match was 11 goals and 16 goals, respectively, in 1994 and 2003 against Nepal.
Like this, he succeeded in scoring once again, but manager Colin Bell is still not satisfied.
At a press conference after the game against Zambia on the 11th, Bell said, “We conceded 8 goals in 4 matches, including the Arnold Clark Cup. To win, we need to score 3 goals per match. This is a big number.” We are a team that can create a lot of good scoring opportunities.”