Jang Seul-gi, who won the match against Haiti with a fantastic mid-range goal, evaluated the women’s national team coach Colin Bell’s high-intensity training as disappointing.
The women’s national team, led by coach Bell, won 2-1 in an evaluation match against Haiti held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 8th. The national team, which finished the first half 0-1, overturned the score with Ji So-yeon’s penalty kick in the 6th minute and Jang Seul-gi’s mid-range goal in the 36th minute of the second half, and achieved a come-from-behind victory.안전놀이터추천
The national team is aiming to advance to the round of 16 for the first time in eight years since the 2015 tournament. In preparation for Colombia, which will face off against Colombia in the first round of the group stage, Bell chose Haiti as his mock test opponent, emphasizing her high-intensity training and pushing the team harshly.
The players were exhausted in the hot and humid summer weather in Korea, but the effect was immediately apparent. While the Haitian players slowed down due to poor stamina in the second half, the national team players continued to press forward and harass the opponent. It was at this moment that Bell’s high-intensity training showed her brilliance.
Seulgi Jang, whom we met in the Mixed Zone after the match, evaluated Coach Bell’s high-intensity training as “to the point of losing his appetite.”
When asked by reporters to compare the training of domestic coaches and coach Bell by scoring, he sighed, saying, “It is difficult to score.
“Actually, I think I have physical strength, but I don’t think I’ve used it much so far,” he said. “Director Bell brought it out. He always tells me not to draw a line and jump over that line. I think running or high-intensity running has increased a lot. do,” he added.
On this day, Jang Seul-gi received a pass from Ji So-yeon and scored a mid-range goal from a long distance. It was a surprise shot that surprised even himself, and Jang Seul-gi showed a ceremony saying that he was also surprised by blocking his mouth right after the goal was scored.
Regarding this, Jang Seul-gi said, “(The ceremony) was embarrassing, but I will try to do a good ceremony by challenging myself to score one more goal.” (Lee) Minah unnie told me to practice more,” she smiled.
Also, regarding the scoring scene, he explained, “The players have been matching for a really long time, so you can know what to do even if your eyes are met.” “It was not a pre-promised situation.
Lastly, as for his impressions of finishing the ceremony amidst the support of 9,000 fans, he said, “I really feel that ‘the World Cup is approaching'” and “In fact, it is my first time playing in Seoul after 10 years as a national team member. It will remain as a meaningful moment in my life.” It seems. I just want to thank everyone.”
The national team leaves for Australia via Incheon International Airport on the 10th. On the 25th, they will play the first round of group H against Colombia, Morocco on the 30th, and Germany on the 3rd of next month.