(Yonhap) – Veteran midfielder Cho So-hyun, 35, who scored the only goal for the South Korean women’s soccer team at the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, is cautious about the future, including her team selection, 토토 amid a sobering sense of reality .After returning home to Incheon International Airport on Friday, Cho told reporters, “It was a tournament with many regrets. If we had shown a little more of what we had in the first and second rounds, we could have advanced to the round of 16,” he said. Cho, who is tied with Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC) for the most caps by a South Korean player with 148, was instrumental in helping South Korea avoid a “goalless draw” at the World Cup, where they were eliminated in the group stage with one draw and two losses. He scored the game-winning goal in South Korea’s final group game against Germany on Wednesday to earn the only point in a 1-1 draw .The goal, which was also the first in South Korea’s women’s World Cup history, made Cho the first South Korean woman to score two goals in a World Cup match.”I knew from the article that it was Korea’s first goal, but rather than thinking about that, I think the players were all eager at the time, and I think my timing paid off,” Cho said. “I was disappointed that we didn’t fully show our style and skill in the games against Colombia and Morocco,” he said, “but against Germany, the players were very eager to show what we have and get the win and the goal.” “I didn’t think we were going to lose against Germany, and I felt like we were not going to lose when I was watching from the stadium,” Cho added, “I think it gave those who watched the game hope for the future. “Still, Cho offered a sobering diagnosis: Korean women’s soccer is still a “frog in a well.” After the first and second rounds, there was talk of poor form and nervousness, but I think the real skill is to be able to show the amount of raises at the World Cup,” he said, “I think we’re still a frog in the well. “After a third World Cup that left her feeling both hopeful and limited, this summer was a crucial time for Cho. He is looking for a new team after his contract with Tottenham (England) expires in 2022-2023.”I’ve received offers from a few teams, but it’s hard to decide on a team easily because it’s about the future,” Cho explained, “I want to take 토토 some time to consider my options because the future is important.”As for whether he will challenge for the World Cup in four years, when he is nearly 40, he said, “If I am fit, I will try,” but added, “I think I need to think about it a little more.