# Casey Fair becomes the youngest person to win back-to-back runner-up titles after So Yeon [Hat-trick](https://totoblog.day/2023/08/kim-tied-for-24th-in-3r-tour-championship-3/) against Thailand in Paris Olympics Asia Second Qualifying Round Hailed as the future of South Korean women's soccer, Casey Eugene Fair, 16, is on her way to becoming the heir apparent to "living legend" Ji So-yeon, 32. She is reaching milestone after milestone to match Ji's record as the youngest player to ever play the game. The women's national soccer team, coached by [Colleen Bell](http://maps.google.ae/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgostopsite.com%2F), thrashed Thailand 10-1 in the first match of Group B of the Paris Olympic Games Asian Second Qualifying Round at the Yigret Stadium in Xiamen, China, on Monday (June 26). After not scoring a goal at the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 in August, Casey Eugene-Pair started and led the attack against Thailand in the Olympic qualifier. Her A-match debut came in the 33rd minute. She received the ball from Ji So-yeon at the penalty arc, turned her back to the defense, and fired a low shot into the back of the net. It was the second-youngest goal ever scored in a Women's A match (16 years, 119 days), behind Ji So-yeon's goal against Taiwan in 2006 (15 years, 282 days). She scored back-to-back goals in the 11th and 21st minutes of the second half to complete her hat trick. She scored her second goal when she stole the ball from the opposing goalkeeper under pressure, and completed her hat trick 10 minutes later with a calm shot from a one-on-one opportunity after receiving a pass from Lee Geum-min. It was the youngest hat trick by a South Korean player in an A-match, male or female. [Casey Paire](http://www.kitaoka-group.com/pukiwiki/index.php?gostopsite1) is following in the footsteps of Ji So-yeon. She is also second on the list of youngest women's soccer A-match appearances. Ji holds the top spot at 15 years, 251 days when she played against Canada at the Peace Quin Cup in Masan on October 30, 2006, while Fair is second at 16 years, 26 days when she played against Colombia on July 25 at the last Women's World Cup. With calls for a generational change after South Korea's group stage exit from the Women's World Cup in August, Kasey Faire's performance could breathe new life into the national team. Ji So-yeon and the rest of the current squad are considered the golden generation of women's soccer. Together, [카지노사이트랭크](https://www.casinositerank.com/category/%ec%98%a8%eb%9d%bc%ec%9d%b8%ec%b9%b4%ec%a7%80%eb%85%b8/) they reached the round of 16 at the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada for the first time in history, only to be knocked out in the group stage at the 2019 tournament in France and the 2023 tournament in Australia and New Zealand. Casey Fair was born in 2007 to an American father and South Korean mother and joined the South Korean women's U15 team last October, coached by Kim Eun-jung. She made her first appearance for the national team in a friendly against the Australian Women's Under-15 team and quickly emerged as a promising player. It will be interesting to see if she can continue her goal-scoring ways in the upcoming Olympic qualifiers. [고스톱](https://www.gostopsite.com/wiki/bbs/board.php?bo_table=gostop) ![](https://hackmd.io/_uploads/Sk4hekqza.jpg)