Champions Challenge 1 2014 (W)
Glasgow, Scotland - April 27 - 4, 2014

KOR V SCO ( Pool A ) Champions Challenge 1 2014 (W)

KOR
2 - 2
SCO

Match Review KOR - SCO 2-2

Goals

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action Score
KOR 12 17 KIM Ok Ju FG 1 - 0
SCO 30 12 CLEMENT Linda PC 1 - 1
SCO 49 12 CLEMENT Linda FG 1 - 2
KOR 57 11 KIM Jong Eun PC 2 - 2

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
KOR 13 23 LEE Young Sil G
KOR 23 15 CHO Eunji Y

KOR

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
1 LEE Sinhye
Bench
4 KIM Young Ran
X
8 AN Hyo Ju
Bench
9 HAN Hye Lyoung
X
10 PARK Mi Hyun
X
11 KIM Jong Eun 1
X
12 KIM Da Rae
X
13 CHEON Seul
X
14 JEON Yu Mi
17
15 CHO Eunji 1
X
17 KIM Ok Ju 1
X
19 OH Sun Soon
X
20 PARK Ki Ju
Bench
22 JANG Soo Ji
X
23 LEE Young Sil 1
8
27 CHO Yun Kyoung
8
29 CHO Hye Jin
8
32 CHEON Eun Bi
  Team Manager HONG, Kyung Suep
  Stand-In Manager KIM Sang Ryul
  Head Coach HAN Jin Soo
  Assistant Coach KIM Yoon
  Physiotherapist YANG Hye Jung

SCO

Minute Shirt # Name Goals Green Yellow Red
X
2 COCHRANE Nicki
4
3 BUNCE Vikki
8
4 McLELLAN Morag
6
5 BELL Alison
X
6 WARD Rebecca
X
8 RALPH Catriona
X
10 ROBERTSON Sarah
X
12 CLEMENT Linda 2
X
13 WYLLIE Ailsa
8
15 FAWCETT Leigh
X
16 MERCHANT Rebecca
X
17 KIDD Nikki
9
18 McGILVERAY Susan
4
19 LLOYD Nicola
X
22 SKRASTIN Nicola
X
23 MAGUIRE Emily
X
24 DAVIS Aileen
Bench
29 GIBSON Amy
  Team Manager ELMS Susie
  Stand-In Manager CLARKE Colin
  Head Coach SHEPHARD Gordon
  Assistant Coach MENZIES Neil
  Physiotherapist THOMSON Lindsay

DNP = Did not participate
S = Suspended
DSQ = Disqualified

Match Officials

Role Official
Umpire 1 SCHMITZ Gabriele
Umpire 2 de la FUENTE Carolina
Reserve Umpire JUDEFIND Stephanie
Judge 1 WOTHERSPOON Anne
Judge 2 SCHWEDE Sonja
Technical Officer FENNER Juriah

Korea faced a Scotland side that was determined to give the vocal audience something to cheer about, and the team in blue didn't disappoint. While Korea started in their usual patient, composed fashion, Scotland hassled and harried in an attempt to defy the gulf that exists between the teams in terms of world ranking places.

It seemed as if the 7th-ranked team would dominate the game when, in the 12th minute, Ju Ok Kim put the ball past Nicki Cochrane in the Scotland goal. Korea continued to dominate play in the minutes following that goal, but when Eunji Cho was given a yellow card with just 13 minutes of the first half left, Scotland started to drive the ball forward with greater confidence. This pressure by the home side paid handsomely when captain Linda Clement equalised in the 30th minute.

The second half began with both teams looking sharp, and the Scotland goal certainly appeared to galvanise the team ranked 16th in the world. With Nicki Cochrane in great form in the Scotland goal, Scotland took advantage of a rare Korea mistake and Linda Clement (49') threw herself at a ball that flew across the goal and deflected the ball home to take the lead.

The final 10 minutes were frenetic and Cochrane threw herself around the goal keeping the Korea team from scoring the equaliser, but eventually the defence was breached and Korea captain Jong Eun Kim (57') scored from a penalty corner to make the final score 2-2. The result means Korea top pool A at the end of the group stage.

Speaking after the game, Scotland's goalkeeper Nicki Cochrane said that she had been delighted with her team's performance, adding: "We always knew we could do it, we just wanted to defy the ranking places."

  • Match 11
  • Date Wed, 30 Apr 2014
  • Time 14:00
  • Pool/Class Pool A
  • Venue

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