Eugene Fair, selected as one of the ‘Six Women who Shined at the Women’s World Cup’ by AFC

Casey Eugene Fair (PDA), who recorded the youngest appearance ever at the 2023 International Football Federation (FIFA) Australia/New Zealand Women’s World Cup, was included in the Asian Football Federation (AFC)’s ‘6 Asian Players who Shined the World Cup’.

On the 24th, the AFC highlighted the 6 players who showed the most outstanding performance in the 6 countries participating in the tournament under the title of ‘Asian Players who Shined at the FIFA Women’s World Cup’ on their homepage.바카라사이트

A pair was chosen to represent Korea. The AFC explained, “Pair set a record as the youngest player (16 years and 26 days) to participate in the World Cup among male and female players as he substituted in the 33rd minute of the second half in the first group match against Colombia.” He added, “While captains Kim Hye-ri, Ji So-yeon, and Park Eun-sun entered the twilight of their careers, the teenage pair proved her hope that she will become a key player in the Korean women’s national team in the future through this Women’s World Cup.”

Born to an American father and a Korean mother, Fair is the first mixed-race player among the Korean men’s and women’s national teams to play in the World Cup finals. She is 178 cm tall and currently plays for the American soccer club Players Develop Academy (PDA).

Meanwhile, Miyazawa Hinata (Japan), Wang Shuang (China), Mary Fowler (Australia), Tran Thi Kim Tan (Vietnam), and Serena Bolden (Philippines), who had the Golden Boot (top scorer) with 5 goals including a pair, were selected by the AFC. received.

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