South Korea women’s national handball team head coach Henrik Signell (SWE) has described their silver medal at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games as a “disappointing result”.Signell’s team lost a heartbreaking 19-29 final to Japan on Friday at the Zhejiang Gongsang University Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China .South Korea, which failed to win its third consecutive Asian Games gold medal, failed to win women’s handball gold for only the second time in its history, after taking bronze in Guangzhou in 2010.”We made a lot of mistakes on open chances,” said Signell, who took over the reins of the national team in April this year, in a post-match interview, “their goalkeeper did a good job, and our confidence dropped.” “Overall, Japan played a good game, and we were disappointed with the result,” he added. “I’m sorry for the fans and I’m sorry for the players,” said Signe, who led Japan to a one-goal victory in an Asian qualifier for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games in Japan in August. “They worked hard, they tried their best, but today it wasn’t enough to get the win.” “We lost to Korea in the Olympic qualifiers in August, but we are happy to win today,” said Japan’s head coach Shigeo Kusumoto, 온라인카지노 adding that it will give the players a lot of confidence as a whole.

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