South Korea’s U-17 men’s soccer team, led by head coach Byun Hyung-hwan, finished the tournament at 9 p.m. on the 18th at Jalak Harupat Stadium in Bandung, Indonesia, losing 1-2 in the third Group E match of the 2023 FIFA U-17 World Cup against Burkina Faso. 토토사이트
In the 24th minute of the first half, Burkina Faso’s Jack Diara, who received a forward pass from a counterattack opportunity after losing the ball in the midfield, pushed him through his crotch with his right foot when goalkeeper Hong Sung-min came out of the box.
In the 4th minute of the second half, Bae Sung-ho made a central penetration pass through the ball that came out of the defense during the right attack, and captain Kim Myung-joon, who received the ball from the arc circle, turned around and hit the right-footed shot that hit the goalkeeper and equalized.
However, in the 41st minute of the second half, South Korea lost another point in the counterattack opportunity. Burkina Faso’s Abubaka Kamara, who received a pass from the center, cut the South Korean net with a right-footed shot from the right half space in the box and lost 1-2.
Korean men’s soccer can go through the Asian qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, the U-20 World Cup, and the U-17 World Cup, which are called the World Cup. It is the first time that they have reached the finals in these three tournaments and lost all three games in the group stage since losing all three games in the 1990 World Cup in Italy. It’s been 33 years.
At the FIFA World Cup, since the 1990 tournament, he has achieved two draws and one loss in 1994, one draw and two losses in 1998, fourth place in the 2002 tournament, one win and one draw and one loss in the 2006 tournament, 16th place in the 2010 tournament, 1 draw and two losses in the 2014 tournament, 1 win and 2 losses in the 2018 tournament, and 16th place in the 2022 tournament.
At the U-20 World Cup, he finished in the quarterfinals of the 1991 tournament, three draws in the 1993 tournament, one draw and two losses in the 1997 tournament, one win and two losses in the 1999 tournament, one win and two losses in the 2005 tournament, two draws and one loss in the 2007 tournament, the quarterfinals in the 2009 tournament, the quarterfinals in the 2011 tournament, the quarterfinals in the 2017 tournament, the runner-up in the 2019 tournament, and the fourth place in the 2023 tournament.
In the U-17 World Cup, they lost one win and two losses in the 2003 tournament, one win and two losses in the 2007 tournament, the quarterfinals in the 2009 tournament, the round of 16 in the 2017 tournament, the quarterfinals in the 2019 tournament, and three losses in the 2023 tournament. In other words, the U-20 World Cup or the U-17 World Cup could not be played if they failed to make it to the finals, but Korean soccer always won at least one point if they did. However, this time, for the first time in 33 years since the 1990 World Cup, the record of losing all three group games at the World Cup came out to Korean soccer.