Jang Seul-gi, a ‘goal-scoring defender’, has established herself as the core of the national team’s strength in the Women’s World Cup this month.안전놀이터추천
I am interested in whether Jang Seul-gi, who was particularly strong in big matches, will be able to create a scene that will remain in Korean soccer history this time.
In the 2010 U-17 Women’s World Cup final against Japan, Jang Seul-gi played as the last kicker in the penalty shoot-out and led Korea to the first FIFA-sponsored championship in soccer history.
[“They were completely shaken!”]
[Seulgi Jang/At the time of the 2010 U-17 Women’s World Cup: “I came here after taking pictures, eating lobster, and eating steak. I don’t know yet. I still can’t believe it…”] 2017
Pyongyang It was Jang Seul-gi who virtually earned the World Cup berth with a dramatic equalizer in the away game against North Korea. [Jang Seul-gi/At the time of the 2017 ‘Pyongyang Expedition’ : “It seems to be a really memorable moment, and scoring a goal in a place that may come again is
a memory to be kept with me until I die.”]
12 goals in 89 A-matches with attacking participation and decisiveness, and the advantage of being a ‘goal-scoring defender’ made Jang Seul-gi a strong player in big matches.
[Soundbite] Jang Seul-gi/Women’s National Football Team : “I was too young in 2010, so I don’t really remember how I felt when I kicked the penalty kick. .”]
Jang Seul-gi is even playing the role of mood maker for the national team, enduring the high-intensity training under coach Colin Bell. [ Soundbite] Jang Seul-gi
/Women’s National Football Team : “Fight! Why not? Say it. Just do one, two, three.”