[Women’s World Cup] Fans pray for victory over Germany “Kazan followed by a miracle in Brisbane”

BRISBANE = Yonhap News Agency (Yonhap) – Colleen Bell, the head coach of the South Korean women’s national soccer team, rolled her thumb and index finger into 바카라사이트 a circle and showed it to reporters at a press conference on Tuesday. “We need five goals. We need a 5-0 win, and that’s the only chance we have.” After acknowledging the reality of the situation, Bell said, “We never give up. We’re going to fight until the end tomorrow,” he said. The Korean fans who traveled to Brisbane Stadium in Queensland, Australia on March 3 shared the same sentiment .The final group stage match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 kicked off at 7 p.m. between South Korea and Germany. South Korea was on the verge of elimination .Having already lost to Colombia and Morocco, South Korea will be eliminated immediately if they don’t win by five goals against Germany. Add to that the fact that Morocco needs to lose to Colombia for us to finish second in the group and qualify for the round of 16.However, the fans are not done yet, chanting the familiar cheer “Dae~Korea”.Kim Chang-seop, head of operations support for the national soccer team’s cheering squad, the Red Devils, gathered in front of the stadium’s entrance two hours before kickoff to “cheer up. More than 20 members of the team gathered together, banging drums and chanting various cheerleading songs, making the area buzz for 30 minutes. German reporters also filmed the cheering scene, and fans wearing German jerseys couldn’t take their eyes off of them.” We know it’s difficult to reach the round of 16,” Kim said. But winning and losing are different.” “There was a ‘Kazan miracle’. I hope we can create a Brisbane miracle after Kazan,” Kim said.”This cheer is for the steamer,” he laughed .Belho’s situation is similar to Shin’s at the 2018 World Cup in Russia .At the time, the men’s national team, led by Shin Tae-yong, had two losses and played their third group game against Germany in Kazan, Russia .Although the team ultimately failed to advance to the round of 16, Shin pulled off the “Miracle of Kazan” with a 2-0 victory over Germany .Chants of “Dae~Korea” rang out from the stadium as Cho So-hyun (Independent), who made his 148th appearance in an A-match (a match between national teams), rattled the net of FIFA’s second-ranked Germany just six minutes after kickoff. Kim Eun-jin, 30, traveled across the Pacific Ocean from Seoul to cheer on her team, traveling from Sydney and Adelaide, where they played Colombia and Morocco, to the Brisbane stadium. Wearing the jersey of captain Kim Hye-ri (Incheon Hyundai Steel), Kim said, “With this momentum, we can go beyond 5-0 to 7-0. The players are right when they say it’s not over yet,” Kim said.” Every Korean soccer fan knows about the miracle in Kazan. There’s nothing we can’t do in Brisbane,” he said encouragingly. With Kim’s encouragement, Kim Hye-ri made a neat tackle on an opposing striker who had penetrated the Korean penalty box in the 12th minute .Australian national Ian Baker, 60, also wore Son Heung-min’s jersey and cheered for South Korea. “I couldn’t make it to the first two games because of my schedule, but when I heard the team was coming to Brisbane, I jumped at the chance,” said Baker, whose wife is Korean .When asked which team he would support if South Korea and Australia faced off, he laughed: “My wife is Korean and 바카라사이트 she’s here with me today. I can’t answer that,” he laughed. “I want to say to the Korean team,” he continued, “fly high. Korea can do it.”

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