Three months before the World Cup, the women’s national soccer team finished their second warm-up match against Zambia with a perfect victory.

Colin Bell’s ace Lee Geum-min performed a hat-trick.

Reporter Junhee Lee reports.


Head coach Colin Bell experimented with a two-top tactic by introducing tall striker Park Eun-seon as a starter.토토사이트

The national team, which started aggressively from the start, scored the first goal in the 32nd minute of the first half.

Lee Geum-min neatly finished the penalty kick that Jang Seul-gi scored through a solo breakthrough.

And two minutes later, coach Colin Bell’s starter card hit the mark.

Park Eun-sun exquisitely broke the offside line and calmly passed the goalkeeper to open the empty goal.

Park Eun-seon, who scored a goal in an A-match for the first time in nine years in the first game, imprinted her presence on manager Colin Bell with goals in two consecutive matches.

The second half was Lee Geum-min’s solo performance.

In the 8th minute of the second half, Lee Geum-min, who used Park Eun-sun’s tall height to throw the ball, connected it with a fantastic half-volley goal.

Keum-Min Lee, who completed a hat-trick with a goal from a penalty kick, proved to be the ace of Colin Bell.

Adding Park Eun-seon’s header right before the end of the game, the national team defeated Zambia 5-0 and improved the African team’s ability to adapt.

[Soundbite] Geum-Min Lee(National Women’s Soccer Team) : “It feels good that the team won, and I’m grateful to be able to repay the goal because all the players made it.” do.

This is Lee Jun-hee from KBS News.

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