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South Korea 0-1 Japan: Late penalty made Korean pay price as Japan crowned champion

South Korea 0-1 Japan: Late penalty made Korean pay price as Japan crowned champion

Let us see the latest results, as well as the score of South Korea Women vs Japan Women match in 2019 EAFF E1 Football Championship Women.

South Korea 0-1 Japan: Late penalty made Korean pay price as Japan crowned champion

South Korea 0-1 Japan: Late penalty made Korean pay price as Japan crowned champion

South Korea 0-1 Japan: Late penalty made Korean pay price as Japan crowned champion

South Korea 0-1 Japan: Late penalty made Korean pay price as Japan crowned champion

South Korea Women vs Japan Women match information

Time: 18:30 (GMT+8) on December 17th

Venue: Gudeok Stadium

‎‎Competition: 2019 EAFF Women's E1 Football Championship

With two winning matches, Japan women's team has a big chance to finish at the first position of the 2019 EAFF E1 Football Championship. After beating Chinese Taipei with nine goals scored, they continued defeating China thanks to the hat-trick of Mana Iwabuchi.

It was a game in which Japan dominated with the impressive performance of their players. In the case of Iwabuchi, she was the first player who scored a hat-trick in the competition.

In theory, China is the hardest opponent of Japan in the tournament, but they were easily beaten by the Nadeshiko Japanese. On the other hand, South Korea women's team currently does not have the best form.

They ended the first match against China in a goalless draw. As a result, it will be very hard for South Korean players to resist Japan in the final match. It means the host nation can lose the chance to crown the champion at their home ground.

However, with Japanese girls, this title is another way to prove they are the best women's football team in Asia at the moment. Nadeshiko girls just need a draw to become the champion, but they will attack to have early goals to make the game easier.

South Korea Women vs Japan Women possible lineups

South Korea Women: Yoon Young Geul, Kim Hye Ri, Shim Seo Yeon, Hong Hye Ji, Jang Sel Gi, Lee Young Ju; Son Hwa Yeon, Jang Chang, Park Yee Un, Choe Yu Ri, Yeo Min Ji.

Japan Women: Ayaka Yamashita, Risa Shimizu, Shiori Miyake, Arisa Matsubara, Mayo Doko, Emi Nakajima, Yuka Momiki, Yui Hasegawa, Hina Sugita, Yuika Sugasawa, Mana Iwabuchi.