The 2019 World Aquatics Championships has been going on for over a week and South Korea is not doing well. This is because earlier in the day, all of the Korean swimmers have lost in the FINA World Championship.  Now, South Korea Finish Last in Women’s Water Polo after losing to Cuba 30-0 in Gwangju.

Needless to say, the performance of the women’s South Korean Water Polo team has not been up to par.  According to online sports betting websites, South Korea had lost all three preliminary games and went in the consolation bracket. Afterwards, they lost to South Africa 26-3 and once again today to Cuba. Furthermore, South Korea only made 6 goals out of a possible 172 during the 5 games.

South Korea vs. Cuba Match Recap

South Korea Finish Last in Women’s Water PoloAccording to the betting odds, it was not a surprise for South Korea Women’s Polo team to perform poorly. This is because South Korea made its big showdowns debut by accepting a spot as the host country. Thus, the Women’s Water Polo team was made in a hurry and did not start training together until June.

The sports betting predictions came true in the match against Cuba as they were not outmatched throughout the entire game. Madonni Chavez from Cuba made the first goal just 18 seconds after the game began. In addition, the score was 4-0 at midpoint in the primary quarter.

South Korea was not able to score or shoot in the first frame.  Thus, Cuba took an 8-0 lead in the second quarter. Cuba also took advantage of their better speed and quality finishing the first half with a 17-0 lead.

It was much a similar story in the fourth, with Cuba heaping on seven additional objectives. Choi Ji-min hit the goal line with one second residual, a microcosm of how things went disagreeably for South Korea.

South Korea oversaw 11 shots on goalkeeper Arisney Ramos, nine of them in the subsequent half. Ten players contributed in any event an objective for Cuba, and Chavez and Arisel Gonzalez each went an ideal 5-for-5 in shooting.

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