Korean college football was completely defeated by Japan in both the freshman and sophomore championships and women’s college football.

The women’s college football selection team led by head coach Ko Hyeon-ho (Korea University) lost 1-4 to the Japanese selection team in the 1st Denso Cup Korea-Japan University Women’s Football Regular Match held at Urayasu Stadium in Chiba Prefecture, Japan on the 20th. The Denso Cup is an annual competition between selected college football teams from Korea and Japan. This year, the men’s division will hold the 21st exchange match, but the women’s division was newly established this year.

In women’s soccer, Japan is evaluated one step higher than Korea. Japan is ranked 11th in the FIFA (International Football Federation) ranking, higher than Korea, which is ranked 15th. In the history of national team A, Japan has the upper hand against Korea with 18 wins, 11 draws and 4 losses. In the under-20 national team, Japan leads with 8 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss. In the match that day, Japanese women’s soccer won completely over Korea in terms of goal-making ability and concentration.

Regardless of their previous record, both teams played a tight match. The opening goal came from Korea. It came from striker Kwak Ro-young’s toes. In the 11th minute of the first half, Kwak Ro-young stole the ball from Japan starting team defender Jito Wakaba near the half line, then sprinted and scored the opening goal with a calm right-footed chip shot in front of the goalkeeper. 안전놀이터 In Korea, Kwak Ro-young’s opening goal improved the atmosphere. Japan was under pressure throughout the game.

Along with Kwak Ro-young, who scored a goal in the match, midfielder Bae Ye-bin also drew attention. Bae Ye-bin, who uses both his feet freely, showed great speed and the ability to release pressure. Bae Ye-bin was selected for the Qatar Under-20 (U-20) Women’s World Cup in August last year when she was 18 years old, and started all three matches beating her seniors. She also last February, she was selected for the A national team led by coach Colin Bell (England), and she participated in the Arnold Clark Cup.

The match became the starting point as Japan conceded a goal. In the 23rd minute of the first half, Japan conceded a goal in a counterattack situation. A cross from the left was passed back by Japanese striker Risako Watanabe with a sensational pass. Midfielder Niki Manami, who received this, shook the net with a right-footed shot. Even in a situation where the shooting angle was not good, he scored a goal.

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