A late header from Kim Kyong-Yong gave Korea DPR a much-needed 2-1 feat over Mexico in their second Group B confront during a FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 on Wednesday afternoon.
The diversion kicked into life in considerable conform as a sides exchanged early goals, with Mexico holding a lead by Jacqueline Ovalle’s third strike of France 2018. Left unmarked during a corner of a Korea DPR box, she perceived Kimberly Rodriguez’s free-kick from a right and drilled a low shot that took a slight deflection past Korea DPR goalkeeper Kim Yong-Sun.
The lead lasted only dual minutes, however, as a fortifying champions replied with a well-taken bid from a left of Mexico’s box by Choe Kum-Ok. Her rising finish eluded a outstretched arms of Emily Alvarado in a Mexico goal.
Numerous chances were traded during both ends after a break, though it was a reigning champions that found a wilful breakthrough on 85 mins when Kim Kyong-Yong headed home An Kuk-Hyang’s excellent cranky from a left.
The outcome leaves Group B with all 4 teams in a position to make a quarter-finals after their final organisation matches on Sunday 12 August.
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Article source: http://www.fifa.com/u20womensworldcup/news/y=2018/m=8/news=late-header-earns-korea-dpr-valuable-win.html