Belho’s goalkeeper Ryu Ji-soo (Seoul Metropolitan Government), who is competing at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023, has been ruled out of the rest of the tournament due to a torn ankle ligament.
“Ryu Ji-ji was diagnosed with a ruptured ankle ligament and will undergo conservative treatment (rather than surgery),” the 온라인카지노 Korea Football Association said on Sept. 29. “She will accompany the team to Adelaide, where they will play Morocco, and will decide her future schedule in consultation with the team.”
Ryu, who was born in 1997 and is participating in the World Cup for the first time, was injured the day before during a team training session at Campbelltown Sports Stadium outside Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
While blocking a shot by Park Eun-shin (Seoul Metropolitan Government), Ryu injured her left ankle, which was not in good shape. The shot hit the tip of Ryu Jisoo’s left foot, and the impact put a lot of stress on the ankle. Unable to get up from the ground for a while, Ryu was carried off the field by coach Jung Jeong-seok and taken to the hospital.
Ryu Ji-soo has no A-match experience, but was called up by head coach Colin Bell as a backup. Ryu is a backup in case Yoon Young-gul (BK Hecken) and Kim Jung-mi (Incheon Hyundai Steel) are unable to play, and the loss of Ryu leaves the national team with one less goalkeeper to keep the door open for the remainder of the training camp.
Meanwhile, South Korea will face Morocco in their second group game at 1:30 p.m. ET on June 30 at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide, South Australia.