The Korean women’s national handball team lost to France by a large score in the finals of the World Championships.Korea lost 22-32 to France in the second match of Group 2 of the final league on the 10th day of the 26th International Handball Federation (IHF) World Women’s Championship held in Trondheim, Norway on the 9th (Korean time).Korea, which advanced to the final league with two losses in the group stage, lost to Slovenia 27-31 on the 7th, and lost that day as well, bringing its final league record to four losses.Korea, which has already failed to advance to the quarterfinals, will play its final game of the tournament against Angola on the 11th.

Korea got off to a good start, taking a 3-0 lead five minutes into the game thanks to consecutive goals by Ryu Eun-hee (Hungary Gyori) and an additional goal by Woo Bit-na (Seoul City Hall).However, they lost 6 goals in a row to France and were unable to turn the game around once they had conceded.Kim Bo-eun (Samcheok City Hall) scored 5 goals, and Ryu Eun-hee and Woo Bit-na scored 4 goals each.France, which Korea faced on this day, was the winner of this tournament 온라인카지노 in 2017 and is a powerhouse that won a gold medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

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