Korean men’s hockey team eliminated from World Cup quarterfinals after losing to strong Netherlands

Korean men’s hockey advanced to the quarterfinals of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) World Cup for the first time in 13 years, but was eliminated by the world’s third-ranked Netherlands.

Korea, led by coach Shin Seok-gyo, lost to the Netherlands 1-5 in the quarterfinals of the 15th FIH Men’s World Cup held in Bhubaneswar, India on the 25th (local time). 메이저놀이터

Korea faced the Netherlands, the runner-up in the last tournament, in the first quarter with a score of 0-0, but conceded a goal first in the second quarter.

After trailing 0-1 in the first half, Korea lost its strength by conceding three goals in the third quarter. In the final 4th quarter, Seo In-woo (Gimhae City Hall) scored a goal and exchanged one goal at a time.

Unfortunately, he was frustrated at the threshold of the semifinals, but he achieved his goal of reaching the world quarterfinals.

South Korea won a dramatic 3-2 victory in a penalty shootout after not being able to decide the match against Argentina 5-5 in the quarterfinal match.

It was the first time in 13 years since the 2010 tournament, when it ranked 6th in the final rankings, that it made it to the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

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