Women’s World Cup 2023 was a disappointment
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The 9th FIFA Women’s World Cup was co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20.
The South Korean women’s national soccer team lost 2-0 to Colombia in the group stage of Group H on July 25, and also lost 1-0 to Morocco on July 30.
On 3 August, they played in a 1-1 draw against Germany, but failed to advance to the round of 16, finishing fourth in the final group.
Contrary to expectations, the Korean women’s national team was disappointed by veteran players. In particular, in the match against Morocco, he scored only 0 effective shots, resulting in shocking results. He showed his potential by drawing in the last match against Germany, but had to receive a report card that he was eliminated at the bottom of the group. After the whistle against Germany, Cho So-hyun said, “I wish I had done this in the past…”It was regrettable, but it was a late regret.
Since the “golden generation” players who led the 2015 World Cup round of 16 entered their 30s, it would have been more regrettable that this World Cup was actually the last World Cup.
The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup featured 32 countries and consisted of a total of 60 matches. As of August 12, 2023, 1.734,028 spectators watched the game. Spain, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, France, England and Colombia advanced to the quarterfinals in the round of 16 from August 5-8. Spain, Sweden, Australia and England, who won the quarterfinals on August 11 and 12, will face off in the semifinals on August 15 and 16.