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1-1 draw after 16 minutes of stoppage time South Korea draws 1-1 to finish bottom of group at World Cup Title favorites Germany finish third with one win, one draw and one loss South Korea fail to advance to the Round of 16

Cho So-hyun (#8, center) of the South Korea women's national soccer team competes for the ball with a German player during the FIFA World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 Group H match between South Korea and Germany at Brisbane Stadium on June 3, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. Cho So-hyun scored the opening goal in the sixth minute to become the first South Korean women's soccer player to score two goals at a World Cup.

South Korea's women's national team ended its World Cup run by stopping Germany in its tracks in its quest for a third consecutive Women's World Cup title. Germany, ranked No. 2 by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and looking for a third title, failed to advance for the first time in the ninth edition of the Women's World Cup.

South Korea played Germany to a 1-1 draw on Wednesday at Brisbane Stadium in Brisbane, Australia, in the third match of Group H at the FIFA World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023. South Korea finished fourth in Group H with one draw and two losses at the World Cup.

With a five-goal victory over Germany and Colombia's win over Morocco, South Korea had a realistic chance of reaching the round of 16. It started well. Six minutes into the game, Cho So-hyun scored the first goal with a right-footed finish in front of the goal off a pass from Lee Young-joo. It was South Korea's first goal in 13 matches at the World Cup knockout stage. Jo became the first South Korean woman to score a second goal at a World Cup when she scored in the third group game against Spain (2-1) at the 2015 tournament in Canada.

But Germany, ranked No. 2 in the FIFA rankings and looking to win their third title, fought back. In the 42nd minute, Alexandra Pope equalized with a header to end the first half.

Needing a win to advance to the round of 16, Germany came out firing in the second half. Thirteen minutes into the second half, Pope found the back of the net with another header, but the referee called for offside. Germany pressured Korea with their physicality, and Ji So-yeon went down in the box. In the second half of added time, Cho So-hyun collided hard with a German defender in the German penalty area and went down and was carried off the field. Sixteen minutes of second-half stoppage time were added and Germany continued to attack, but Korea could not find the back of the net. The game ended 1-1.

At the same time, the final Group H match between Colombia and Morocco at Rectangular Stadium in Perth produced an upset, with 72nd-ranked Morocco defeating 25th-ranked Colombia 1-0. Colombia and Morocco are now tied at two wins and one loss (6 points), and Colombia's +2 goal differential puts them atop the group ahead of Morocco's -4. Germany, who failed to claim three points against South Korea, 토토사이트 finished third in the group with one win, one draw and one loss (4 points) and suffered their first-ever group stage exit at the Women's World Cup.