Seulgi Jang, ‘Impressive Ceremony’, “I was just ‘purely’ surprised” by the fantasy mid-range goal

‘Goal-scoring defender’ Jang Seul-gi (29, Incheon Hyundai Steel) gave victory to Colin Bellho. Jang Seul-gi, who performed the ‘Impressive’ ceremony after the fantasy mid-range shot, smiled brightly, saying, “I will do a better ceremony in the future.”

The Korean women’s soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell, was on the 8th at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in the final evaluation match before the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Haiti came from behind to win 2-1.

On this day, Korea struggled against Haiti’s offensive, which put physicality at the forefront. In the first half, he conceded the opening goal and gave the atmosphere a break. However, Korea changed completely in the second half. Mobility that was not shown in the first half, the pass gradually revived and regained the flow that had been stolen. In the 6th minute of the second half, Ji So-yeon calmly kicked the penalty kick (PK) obtained by Cho So-hyun to tie the game.

Seulgi Jang then scored a come-from-behind goal with a fantasy mid-range shot in the 35th minute of the second half. In the free kick situation, Ji So-yeon passed a short pass to Jang Seul-gi, who took a shot from behind the arc circle. The ball landed right in the top corner of the goal. It was a fantastic trajectory that the goalkeeper couldn’t use.

Thanks to Jang Seul-gi’s come-from-behind goal, Belho took the victory and happily left for Australia after the ceremony. Seulgi Jang’s goal ceremony was also a hot topic. Right after scoring the goal, he smiled brightly and covered his mouth with his hand instead of a fancy ceremony. He was the so-called ‘Ip-teul-mak’ ceremony.토토사이트 순위

Jang Seul-gi, whom we met in the mixed zone after the game, laughed and said, “It’s been a long time since I’ve had a goal celebration. Then, “My colleagues also said that the goal celebration (as a joke) was not good. (Lee) Geum-min said, ‘(She scored a goal) and pretended to be pretty.’ said.

When asked how he felt when he scored the goal, he said, “It was the same as his expression. I was ‘purely’ surprised” and laughed. Regarding Ji So-yeon’s assist, he said, “Because they are long-time players, they know what to do even if they get hit in the eye. It wasn’t a pre-promised situation, but I expected (Ji So-yeon) to pass.”

The women’s national team is in the midst of ‘high-intensity’ training that coach Bell emphasized ahead of the World Cup. When asked if there was any physical change after training, she said, “I had the stamina I originally had, but I don’t think I could use it before that. The coach is pulling it out. My stamina has improved.” When asked about the intensity of the ‘high-intensity’ training, she said, “I would like to say that I have no appetite,” drawing laughter from those around her.

On this day, the women’s national team held the World Cup launch ceremony immediately after the match. The 25 female warriors (23 entries + 2 reserves) participating in the World Cup appeared on the field one by one and exchanged greetings with the fans whenever their names were called. Jang Seul-gi said, “I can feel that the World Cup is approaching. I played for the national team for 10 years, but I played for the first time in Sangam. I think it will remain as a meaningful moment in my life, and I am grateful to everyone.”

South Korea was in Group H with Colombia, Morocco and Germany at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. After training in the mornings of the 9th and 10th, the women’s national team will depart for Australia on the afternoon of the 10th. Arriving in the field, we will play an informal evaluation match against the Netherlands on the 16th and the first group league match against Colombia on the 25th. Then, Morocco on the 30th and Germany on the 3rd of August.

Jang Seul-gi said, “The younger players and older sisters are integrating well. I think their skills have improved as they competed in a good way.” delivered the notice.

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