Samcheok City Hall-Seoul City Hall battle ends in draw

Samcheok City Hall equalizes with 3 seconds left in regulation
Handball H League Women…34-34 tie
‘★Samcheok City Hall★ 5th Star ★Minseo☆Rum’ ‘National Team Goalkeeper Sae Young♡’
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The first round match of the Shinhan SOL Pay 2023-2024 Handball H League Women’s Division at Gwangmyeong Citizens’ Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 11.
The stands were lined with hand signs from spectators supporting the Seoul Metropolitan Government and Samcheok City Hall.

The two teams are women’s handball’s most famous rivals, having met six times in the 2016 Korea League, with two wins, two draws and two losses, and all four games were decided by one goal.

In today’s match, the two teams played a back-and-forth, back-and-forth game that ended in a 34-34 tie.

The Seoul Metropolitan Government led by four points, 19-15, in the first half, but Samcheok, which hasn’t lost since February 2020, finally tied the game at 25-25 with a goal by Kim On-ah in the 14th minute of the second half. 카지노사이트777

With just over six minutes left in the game, Kim made it a two-goal game, 31-29.
However, Seoul Metropolitan Government seemed to be on the verge of victory when Woo Beetna’s shot as time expired two minutes before the end of the game led to the tying goal, and Cho Soo-jin’s fastbreak made it 34-32, a two-goal lead.

Samcheok City Hall, which was in deep defeat, was saved from the brink of defeat by Choi Soo-ji’s goal and Kim Sun-hwa’s dramatic equalizer with three seconds left in regulation.
Seoul moves to second place with a 2-1-1 record, while Samcheok moves to fourth with a 1-1-1 record.

Kim Sun-hwa, who scored 11 goals on 12 shots, was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player (MVP), while Kim Min-seo chipped in with six goals and five assists.

Seoul Metropolitan Government was led on offense by Cho Soo-yeon (9 goals), Woo Beet-na (7 goals), and Kwon Hana (6 goals), but fell just short of a convincing victory.

In the battle of the national rivals, Samcheok City’s Park Sae-young won a 27.7 percent (13-of-47) save percentage over Seoul Metropolitan Government’s Jung Jin-hee (20.9 percent – 9-of-43).

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