Korea women’s soccer draw with the strongest Canada

Korea women’s soccer draw with the strongest Canada

By Lee Yong-hwan, staff reporter [email protected]

Posted 2022-06-27 15:46:32

So-yeon Ji of the Korean national team attempts a header shot during the evaluation match between Korea and Canada at the 2023 Australia/New Zealand Women’s World Cup in Toronto, Canada on the 27th. On this day, the Korean national team showed impressive performance and drew 0-0 against Canada, the ‘strongest’ who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 6th place in the FIFA rankings. AP/Newsis

So-yeon Ji of the Korean national team attempts a header shot during the evaluation match between Korea and Canada at the 2023 Australia/New Zealand Women’s World Cup in Toronto, Canada on the 27th. On this day, the Korean national team showed impressive performance and drew 0-0 against Canada, the ‘strongest’ who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 6th place in the FIFA rankings. AP/Newsis

Seulgi Jang of Korea's national team competes with Canada's Janine Becky for the ball during the 2023 Australia/New Zealand Women's World Cup evaluation match between Korea and Canada held in Toronto, Canada on the 27th.  On this day, the Korean national team showed impressive performance and drew 0-0 against Canada, the 'strongest' who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 6th place in the FIFA rankings.  AP/Newsis

Seulgi Jang of Korea’s national team competes with Canada’s Janine Becky for the ball during the 2023 Australia/New Zealand Women’s World Cup evaluation match between Korea and Canada held in Toronto, Canada on the 27th. On this day, the Korean national team showed impressive performance and drew 0-0 against Canada, the ‘strongest’ who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 6th place in the FIFA rankings. AP/Newsis

Seulgi Jang of Korea’s national team competes with Canada’s Janine Becky for the ball during the 2023 Australia/New Zealand Women’s World Cup evaluation match between Korea and Canada held in Toronto, Canada on the 27th. On this day, the Korean national team showed impressive performance and drew 0-0 against Canada, the ‘strongest’ who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 6th place in the FIFA rankings. AP/Newsis

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