South Korea’s U-17 women’s national soccer team was heavily defeated by North Korea.
South Korea, led by head coach Kim Eun-jung, lost 0-7 to North Korea in the first Group A match of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-17 Asian Cup at Bali United Training Center in Indonesia on the 6th (Korea time).

South Korea was in the lower ranks of the group, following Indonesia. North Korea and the Philippines, which both had one win, formed the lead with three points.

In this tournament, eight countries will compete in two groups of four teams, with the first and second place in each group having a semifinal tournament. The first to third place will play at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in the Dominican Republic in October.

While maintaining a balance of zero, Korea gave up the first goal to Ri in the 41st minute of the first half. Korea, which allowed one more goal in extra time, completely collapsed in the second half. It gave up a hat trick to Jeon, and allowed two goals each to Ri and Hokyung. 토토사이트

For South Korea, Casey Eugene Fair (Angel City FC), who plays for the A national team, played, but was replaced only in the first half.

South Korea won the U-17 World Cup back in 2010, but has not made the finals since then. It played in the U-17 World Cup again in 2018, but was eliminated from the group stage and failed to make the finals again in the 2022 tournament.

South Korea will have a group stage schedule against Indonesia on the 9th and the Philippines on the 12th.

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