Ryu Ji-su injured her ankle during tactical training in preparation for the second leg of Group H against Morocco at the FIFA 2023 Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup at the Campbelltown Sports Stadium outside Sydney, Australia.
In the process of blocking Park Eun-sun’s shot, his left ankle turned. The ball hit his toe, and the impact was applied to the left ankle, where the original injury was. 토토사이트 Medical staff immediately ran to Ryu Ji-soo, who collapsed complaining of pain, and after being picked up by goalkeeper coach Jung Yoo-seok, he was transported to the emergency room of a nearby hospital. Ryu Ji-soo, born in 1997, is the third goalkeeper after Kim Jung-mi and Yun Young-geul. Although he has not yet played in an A-match, he has been active in team training with a more sincere and bright attitude than anyone else at the local training ground in Australia.
On the morning of the 29th, Lee Ji-an, team manager of the Korea Football Association, officially confirmed, “As a result of a detailed examination, an ankle ligament rupture was diagnosed, and conservative treatment and stable treatment will be given.” He added, “Ryu Ji-soo will also accompany the team to Adelaide once. The future schedule will be decided in consultation with the club and national team.” The national team will move from Sydney to Adelaide in the morning and have an official finishing training at the SA Football Center.
Meanwhile, South Korea (ranked 17th in FIFA) will clash with Morocco (ranked 72nd in FIFA) in the second round of Group H to be held at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide, Australia on the 30th at 1:30 pm (Korean time). Korea, which lost 2-0 to Colombia in the first match, and Morocco, which lost 6-0 to Germany, desperately need their first win. Since defeat is a guillotine match that means elimination in the round of 16, they are preparing for the match against Morocco more resolutely than ever.