Veteran striker Park Eun-seon (37, Seoul City Hall) is feeling the development of world women's football at the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.Park Eun-seon met with reporters at the Campbelltown Sports Stadium outside Sydney, Australia on the 26th and said, “Both women and men, soccer has improved a lot.”
Park Eun-seon has experienced the World Cup three times, starting with the 2003 U.S. tournament, which was the first World Cup challenge for Korean women's soccer, and the 2015 Canadian tournament. Park Eun-sun was substituted in the 23rd minute of the second half of the match against Colombia on the 25th, which was the first game of this tournament, when the score was 0-2, but she did not score a goal. It is a disappointing result for him, who has yet to score his first World Cup goal.
Park Eun-sun said, “I am very sorry that the result of the first match was like that,” and “I entered an urgent situation (the team trailing 0-2). The coach told me to play the role of connecting when a kick comes to me, as I did during practice.” Then, she said, “From the outside, I don’t think the flow of the first half was bad. In soccer, if you seize the opportunity when it comes, you win. I think the result would have been better if we had focused a little more. (The director) would have wanted me to go in and change the flow, but I was not good enough.”
Park Eun-seon said, “Despite the loss against Colombia, the possibility of advancing to the round of 16 is still open.” He said, “We are still aiming to go to the round of 16,” he said. “There is no shaking. 토토 Personally, I think we can still make it to the round of 16. You have to think you can.” Park Eun-seon also agreed with the remarks made by coach Bell that he promised to do his best in the remaining two games. Park Eun-sun said, “(The World Cup) is not over, so there is no need to be depressed.” The next two games are important, so I will focus on them.” He said, “I will focus on the next game (30th) against Morocco. All the players are saying that,” he added.