The New Zealand women's under-17 soccer team bounced back from a 0-6 defeat two days ago to hold Korea to a 1-1 draw in the final match of their international series.
Sarah McLaughlin gave New Zealand the lead in the 11th minute with a well-taken freekick just outside the box but Korea hit back for the equaliser from a volley by Yeo Min Ji on the hour.
"We got close to Korea in the first game and then took a hammering in the second, but the girls have shown the courage to turn it round in just 48 hours, learn the lessons and come out with a quality performance against a top ten side," New Zealand coach Paul Temple said.
Temple's team will next play in a mini-tournament involving USA, Germany and Australia at the end of January as they build up for the world championship which New Zealand will host in 11 months. nz news
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