The Korean women’s national soccer team’s Yuri Choi and Hyo-joo Chu pledged victory against Belgium in the second leg of the Arnold Clark Cup.
On the 20th (Korean time) at 3:15 a.m. at the CBS Arena in Coventry, England, Korea and Belgium will hold the second round of the Arnold Clark Cup.
In preparation for the 2023 World Cups in Australia and New Zealand, which will be held this summer, Korea is strengthening its strength by going on an expedition to Europe and holding friendly cup competitions with strong teams. On the 17th, they played the first match against England, the home team ranked 4th in the FIFA rankings, and lost 0-4.
Choi Yu-ri and Chu Hyo-joo expressed their will to win the second game based on their experience against England through the Korea Football Association (FIFA). Regarding the last game, Yu-Ri Choi said, “The experience of playing against European players ahead of the World Cup was the biggest advantage. I think it could have been a trigger,” he said.
Choo Hyo-joo also said, “The dribble tempo and pass timing were faster than expected. 먹튀검증 I’ve played against the US and Canada before, but I felt a lot of things because it was a match against players with different skills. I will do it,” he said, recalling the meaning of the last game.
Belgium, the opponent in the second game, is an opponent that Korea can aim for a good result. Belgium’s International Football Federation (FIFA) is 20th, 5 places lower than Korea (15), and Korea and Belgium’s total opponent record is 1 draw. Both players are determined to secure victory in addition to good performances.
Choi Yu-ri said, “Unlike the first game, we plan to play the game by supplementing the aggressive part. All players have a great will to win. I want to show the fans a good performance.”
Choo Hyo-joo said, “In this match against Belgium, we will focus on attack rather than defense, the build-up we are preparing. I want to win by all means using our team style.”