Korea Loses to Australia in U-18 Women’s Basketball Asia Cup

Korea Loses to Australia by 33 Points in U-18 Women’s Basketball Asia Cup

The Korean U-18 women’s basketball team suffered a crushing defeat to Australia by 33 points in the Asia Cup.

Led by coach Kang Byung-soo, Korea lost to Australia 52-85 in the second match of Group A at the 26th International Basketball Federation (FIBA) U-18 Women’s Asia Cup held in Shenzhen, China on the 25th. E스포츠 게임

The top four countries in this tournament, which features 16 countries, will qualify for the 2025 FIBA ​​U-19 World Championship.

Korea was placed in Group A with Taiwan, Australia, and Malaysia.

The Korea, which defeated Taiwan 75-63 the day before, ranked second in Group A with 1 win and 1 loss.

Korea was leading 8-4 in the first quarter, but lost momentum after conceding 14 consecutive points.

In the second quarter, they were down 12-25, and barely managed to score after nearly 4 minutes into the quarter.

As Australia’s one-sided offensive continued, the gap widened to an unmanageable level as the game progressed, and Korea eventually lost by 33 points.

Korea’s Song Yoon-ha (Sookmyung Girls’ High School) recorded 13 points and 5 rebounds, and Choi Ye-seul (Chuncheon Girls’ High School) recorded 6 points and 9 rebounds. 온라인카지노

Korea will play Malaysia in the third Group A match on the 26th.

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