[Women’s World Cup] “Worst case scenario” for Germany coach after South Korea draw, misses round of 16

BRISBANE, Australia (Yonhap) – Germany head coach Martina Posteclenburg called it a “worst-case scenario” after the team was knocked out of the group stage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 by South orea. Germany, ranked second in the FIFA rankings, played to a 1-1 draw against 17th-ranked 카지노사이트 South Korea in their third Group H match at Brisbane Stadium in Australia on Wednesday .Colombia and Morocco (W2 D1 L1) finished first and second in Group H, respectively, to advance to the Round of 16. It was the first time in the tournament’s history that Germany was eliminated in the group stage.”It’s not the result we expected,” said Posteclenburg in his post-match press conference, “In the end, scorin g was the most important thing, and we didn’t score. We had our chances. But we didn’t score.””It’s hard for me to comment on the game right now,” he said, adding, “South Korea took the lead, but I’m not sure why we didn’t get the result afterward.” “We couldn’t score more than the goal that tied the game at 1-1. We have to take responsibility,” he said, adding, “We will analyze the game and talk among the players. “After conceding a goal six minutes into the match through So Hyun Cho, Germany responded with a header from goalkeeper Alexandra Pope in the 42nd minute. However, despite pushing forward, they were unable to turn the game around, and as the final whistle blew, the players were left frustrated on the field. “I don’t want to make excuses,” said Posteclenburg, “but it’s time to re-evaluate everything. We have to take this result objectively,” he said .”It was the worst case scenario, no one expected this.” Germany also failed to reach the round of 16 at the 2018 Men’s World Cup in Russia, losing 0-2 to South Ko rea in their final group game. At last year’s World Cup in Qatar, they fell to third place in their group behind Japan, also far from the round of 16.With this in mind, when a German journalist pointed out that both men’s and women’s soccer have endemic problems, Posteclenburg replied, “People in Germany love this sport, but we have to accept these results. We will analyze it again.”Ace Pope, who also found the back of the net against Morocco and Colombia, said in the post-match press conference, “I need some time now. We need to look at how we played,” Pope said in the post-match press conference. “I think we have to try to find our confidence again. We worked hard, but we didn’t play well against Colombia and Korea.” Germany reached the final of the European Women’s Football 카지노사이트 Championship (Women’s Euro 2022) in England last year. The German press asked, “What happened to the enthusiasm you showed in England last year? Pope responded, “If I knew why it happened, I would have done better. I’m sorry. I can’t answer that.”

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