Eun-sun Park (36, Seoul City Hall) of the Korean women’s national team, who is busy preparing for the 2023 International Football Federation (FIFA) Women’s World Cup, which will open in July, has a ‘record’ through the evaluation match in Zambia. stood tall as ‘the woman of
Park Eun-sun was put in as a substitute in the second half of the evaluation match between the Korean women’s national team and Zambia held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 7th, and scored the closing goal in extra time in the second half when the team was leading 4-2메이저놀이터, ending the 5-2 victory.
Making her A-match debut against Hong Kong in her AFC Women’s Championship on June 8, 2003, Eun-sun Park made her national team debut with her terrifying determination to score 4 goals alone.
Park Eun-sun, who performed outstandingly as a leading striker in Korean women’s soccer, seemed to be forgotten under the weight of her years as she was not called up to the national team after the 2015 Women’s World Cup.
In the midst of this, manager Colin Bell summoned Park Eun-seon for an away evaluation match with Canada in June of last year, and Park Eun-seon tasted the joy of wearing her Taegeuk mark for the first time in seven years.
Park Eun-sun, who was 35 years and 6 months old at the time, became the oldest Korean female field player ever to board the national team.
Eun-seon Park continued to be chosen by coach Bell until the East Asian Football Federation (EAFF) E-1 Championship in July last year, the New Zealand friendly in November, and the Arnold Clark Cup Women’s 4-nation friendly in February this year.
Park Eun-seon, whose height is 180 cm and her outstanding physical strength, has established herself as Bell Ho’s special joker.
In the match against Zambia the previous day, he played a post play in the forefront as well as the second half, shaking the opponent’s defense.
During extra time in the second half, while the opposing defender and the goalkeeper hesitated about handling the ball, Park Eun-sun quickly pushed the ball in and even scored a goal, scoring 18 goals (41 matches) in her career.
His score is about 9 years (8 years and 320 days) since the Asian Cup semifinal match against Australia in May 2014.
Park Eun-sun’s goal left a distinct mark in the history of Korean soccer.
With this goal, he was recorded as the player who scored the longest goal in an A-match between male and female players in Korea.
The previous record is 7 years and 108 days by Yeom Ki-hun (Suwon).
In addition, Park Eun-seon, who is 36 years and 103 days old, broke the record for the oldest scorer in the women’s national team. Previously, her oldest scorer record was 34 years and 287 days old Cho So-hyun (Tottenham), who scored multiple goals against Zambia.
On the other hand, the record for the oldest A-match score in Korean players, both men and women, is 39 years and 274 days, written by the late Kim Yong-shik.