The only female head coach in South Korea’s unemployed men’s and women’s handball leagues.
Incheon Metropolitan City Hall, led by head coach Moon Pil-hee, earned its first win over Busan Facilities Corporation.
The Incheon defeated Busan 27-26 in the first round of the Shinhan SOL Pay 23-24 Handball H League Women’s Division at Gwangmyeong Citizens’ Gymnasium in Gwangmyeong, Gyeonggi-do, on Nov. 11.
Incheon moved up to fourth place with one win, one draw and three points.
Busan dropped to sixth place after failing to pick up a point with one win and three losses. 토토사이트
Both teams played a tightly contested match that was hard to predict until the final minute.
It was back-and-forth.
In the first half, Incheon had a player sent off for two minutes.
Busan scored three goals in a row to take the lead at 6-8.
It looked like they would solidify their early lead.
Busan made one mistake after another.
Incheon took advantage of them.
They scored five goals in a row to regain the lead at 11-8.
This time, Incheon also made mistakes.
At 12-9, Busan scored three goals in a row to tie the score at 12-12.
Incheon then scored back-to-back goals and went into halftime trailing 13-14.
It was close, but the tide was in Busan’s favor.
The second half was also tense.
Each point was hard to come by.
The score was tied at 19-19 with 16 minutes left.
The game was not easily predictable.