Park Eun-sun, a ‘tall striker’ who changed the game, “I want to enjoy the last World Cup”

 Veteran tall striker Park Eun-seon (37, Seoul City Hall), who changed the game in the first evaluation match against Zambia in preparation for the 2023 Women’s World Cup final opponent, Morocco, said that he was enjoying the last World Cup.

Park Eun-seon came on as a substitute and led Korea to a 5-2 victory at the start of the second half when she was trailing 1-2 in the first warm-up game against Zambia, a friendly match for the Shinsegae E-Mart invitational women’s soccer team held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 7th.온라인바카라

Park Eun-seon, who was put on the ground in place of Jung Seol-bin (Hyundai Steel), helped Lee Geum-min (Brighton) equalize with a back header in the 13th minute of the second half.

Then, in the second half of the extra time leading 4-2, he took advantage of the opponent’s defensive mistake and was responsible for the team’s 5th key goal.

Park Eun-seon, who debuted in an A-match in June 2003, celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Taegeuk mark this year.

Park Eun-seon laughed after the match, saying, “It’s good that the team won, and I’m happy that I scored a goal.”

Coach Colin Bell picked Park Eun-sun as the player who changed the game that day.

Even the head coach of Zambia, Park Eun-seon, said that he had difficulties with Korea’s post play after Park Eun-sun was put in.

Park Eun-seon said, “When training, the coach orders a lot of receiving and connecting the ball in the middle rather than falling to the side and heading.”

For Park Eun-seon, who is the second oldest in the national team after goalkeeper Kim Jeong-mi, this is highly likely to be her last World Cup.

Park Eun-seon said, “Thank you to the coach. The person who made it possible for me to return to the national team after a long time.”

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