- Australia 4-1 South Korea
- Matildas continue strong Cup of Nations form
So another polished display from the Matildas, who saw off a well-organised and at times surprisingly physical Korea Republic. Both sides rang the changes ahead of kick off tonight, and it was the home side that displayed the great depth in their squad.
A fortuitous opening goal got things rolling, with a hint of suspicion lingering over the penalty earned, and converted, by Sam Kerr, but an excellent set piece equaliser from her opposite number Ji Soyun made for a lively contest over the first third of the match.
It’s a reasonably pleased Ante Milicic post match. He was confident enough in the display, although at times wanted to see a lot quicker ball movement, and still thinks the side could have been a bit more clinical in front of goal.
He’s flagged more changes and more chances for squad players against Argentina, but don’t expect too many tactical evolutions. It will be a case of building from the blueprint they’ve tried to iron out over the past two games.
Source: Football News
Link : Cup of Nations: Australia v South Korea – as it happened