Park Eun-seon (37, Seoul City Hall) brilliantly filled the gap left by ace Ji So-yeon (32, Suwon FC Women).
The Korean women’s national team, led by Colin Bell, beat Zambia 5-0 with Lee Geum-min’s hat-trick and Park Eun-sun’s multi-goal in the A-match evaluation match held at Yongin Mir Stadium at 7:00 pm on the 11th. Belho, who won 5-2 in the first match against Zambia in Suwon on the 7th, won two matches in a row.
The second match against Zambia was a rediscovery of Park Eun-sun. Park Eun-seon entered as a substitute in the second half of the first game and clearly took advantage of the air superiority. He rushed into the space behind the defense and assisted Lee Geum-min’s goal by dropping the ball into the air as a header. Park Eun-seon then fired Korea’s fifth wedge. It was the first A-match goal scored in about 9 years after the Asian Cup semifinals in May 2014. 토토사이트
The advantage of Park Eun-seon, who is 181cm tall and has good feet, also stood out in the second game. Coach Bell sent Park Eun-seon as the starter in Ji So-yeon’s absence. Park Eun-seon broke the line in the 34th minute, with Korea leading 1-0, and scored an additional goal, leaving the goalkeeper free.
In the 44th minute of the second half, Park Eun-sun added a goal with a powerful header from a corner kick. In the two goals scored that day, Park Eun-seon’s height, agility, and individual skills all stood out.
Park Eun-seon, who scored goals in two consecutive games, emerged again with Bellho’s unmistakable power. When Ji So-yeon was missing, Bell was able to experiment with Park Eun-seon as a surefire weapon.