SEOUL, South Korea (Yonhap) – Veteran midfielder Cho So-hyun, 35, of the South Korean women’s national soccer team, etched her name into the history books of 카지노사이트 FIFA Women’s World Cup appearances by opening the scoring against global powerhouse Germany .Cho broke a 0-0 deadlock just six minutes into the third and final Group H match of the ustralia-New Zealand 2023 World Cup on Wednesday at Brisbane Stadium in Brisbane, Australia .It was Cho’s 26th goal in 148 career A-match appearances .Notably, it was Cho’s second goal at a World Cup after she scored the equalizer to tie the game at 1-1 in the third group game against Spain (2-1 win) at Canada 2015.It is the first time a South Korean player has scored two goals in a World Cup match. Prior to today’s game against Germany, South Korea had scored six goals in 12 matches in the Women’s World Cup, all with different protagonists .Kim Jin-hee scored the lone goal at the 2003 World Cup in the United States, while Ji So-yeon, Jeon Ga-ul, Cho So-hyun, and Kim Soo-yeon each scored a goal at the 2015 tournament in Canada, when Korea reached the round of 16 for the first time .At the 2019 tournament in France, Yeo Min-ji scored the only goal for South Korea .Prior to the tournament, Korea had lost back-to-back matches against Colombia (0-2) and Morocco (0-1) on March 25 and 30, respectively, without scoring a single goal, but Cho So-hyun broke the record by scoring for the first time .It was also the first time the Korean women’s national team scored the first goal in a World Cup qualifying match, so her goal was significant in many ways .Cho has been a key resource in the center of the national team since the 2008 East Asian Games qualifiers in July 2007.Together with Ji So-yeon, he holds the record for the most A-match appearances by a South Korean player, and today he extended his tally to 148.Nicknamed “Jotuso” after the legendary Italian midfielder Gennaro Gattuso for his gritty and uncompromising play, he also has the ability to deliver the “one shot” when it counts. Whether it was the equalizer against Spain in 2015 that gave South Korea its first-ever World Cup qualifying victory or the fourth-place game-winner against the Philippines in last year’s Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup final. Cho is also a “challenge icon” who made it to the European stage in his 30s after playing in the domestic WK League .After playing for Suwon Facilities Management Corporation and Incheon Hyundai Steel in the WK League, he had his first taste of life abroad in 2016 when he joined Kobe Ainak (Japan) on loan, and in 2018 he joined Norwegian side Avaldnes. In 2019, she became the second South Korean to play in the English Women’s Super League (WSL) after Ji So-yeon, who played for Chelsea in a West Ham shirt. She recently signed a new contract with Tottenham, where she has been since 2021, and has shown a willingness to continue her 카지노사이트 career abroad, stating that “if I look good abroad, Korean players will look better,” and she proved her worth again at the World Cup.