ADELAIDE (Yonhap) – South Korea’s women’s national soccer team has suffered back-to-back defeats in its group stage at the FIFA 2023 World Cup Australia-New Zealand, making its chances of reaching the round of 16 virtually impossible.South Korea (ranked 17th in FIFA), coached by Colleen Bell (England), lost 0-1 to Morocco (ranked 72nd in FIFA) in their second Group H match at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide, Australia, on Tuesday.After a 0-2 loss to Colombia (FIFA Ranking 25) in the first leg on Sept. 25, the Koreans finished last in the group with two losses.This means that South Korea could be eliminated from the round of 16 depending on the outcome of the upcoming match 카지노사이트킹 between Germany (ranked No. 2 in FIFA) and Colombia. If Germany wins or the game ends in a draw, South Korea’s chances of advancing to the round of 16 will be eliminated.Morocco opened the scoring in the sixth minute when Ibtisam Zaidi headed in a cross from the right by Hanane Ait El Haji and held on for the rest of the match.Morocco, the first Arab nation to ever qualify for the Women’s World Cup, recorded both its first goal and first win of the historic tournament against South Korea.South Korea will play their final group game against Germany on Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. in Brisbane, Australia.

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