Born in 2007, ‘youngest on top’ Casey Fair hat-trick, ‘Road to Paris’ first plater

The toes of Casey Eugene Fair, the youngest child born in 2007, were bitter.

The Korean women’s soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell, recorded a 10-1 victory against Thailand in the first match of Group B of the 2024 Paris Olympics Asian second qualifying round held at Xiamen Egret Stadium in Fujian Province, China on the 26th. South Korea will clash with North Korea on the 29th and China on November 1st.

At the center of the victory was the ‘youngest’ Pair. Pair, who started this day, scored the first goal in the 33rd minute of the first half. She turned around and shot after receiving Ji So-yeon’s pass with her back to the defense in the penalty box. The ball left his toes and hit Thailand’s net. She scored her debut goal just four games into her international debut. Pair was recorded as the second-youngest player in Korean soccer history to score in an international match at the age of 16 years and 119 days. The first place is Ji So-yeon (15 years, 282 days old), who hit the net against Taiwan at the 2006 Doha Asian Games.

In the 11th minute of the second half, Fair, who was in the mood, put pressure on the opposing goalkeeper, stole the ball, and easily kicked it into the goal. In the 21st minute of the second half, he received a penetration pass from Lee Geum-min (Brighton), advanced to the goal, and completed a hat trick with a right-footed shot.

Born to a Korean mother and an American father, Pair made a surprise appearance at the Australia-New Zealand World Cup. At the age of 16 years and 26 days, she came on as a substitute in the first match of the group stage against Colombia, making her the youngest ever appearance in a World Cup for men or women. Fair, who was her ‘secret weapon’, received passing marks for her lively movement and overwhelming physicality on the World Cup stage. FIFA selected him as one of the ‘Top Ten Who Will Shock the World’. He is said to be discussing joining two American professional clubs after leaving the soccer club he previously played for.

Korean women’s soccer had nothing to do with the Olympics. Women’s soccer was officially adopted starting with the 1996 Atlanta Games. Korea has never made it to the finals. They were also not invited to the Tokyo Olympics held in the summer of 2021. At that time, Korea lost to China in the playoffs and missed out on advancing.

Twelve teams will compete in the finals of the Paris Olympics. There are two finals tickets allocated to Asia. This second preliminary round will be held with 4 teams divided into 3 groups. The team with the best performance among the first and second places in each group will advance to the semifinals. The two countries that win the two semifinal matches will advance to the Olympic finals.짱구카지노

South Korea was in the ‘Group of Death’ with China and North Korea, which are considered Asian powers. In order to gain an advantage, a multiple-goal win against Thailand was needed. ‘Belho’ smiled brightly in the first game amidst the youngest member’s fierce performance.

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