“I played hard…”, pointed out the regrettable point of Hwang Hee-chan, the British media who gave low ratings,’Palace match selection’
Hwang Hee-chan did his best, but he also received poor reviews.
Wolverhampton beat Crystal Palace 2-0 in the 33rd round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Molyneux Stadium in Wolverhampton, England on the 26th at 3:30 am (Korean time). With this, Wolverhampton made up for the 1-2 loss against Leicester City in the previous game. The ranking rose to 13th. Palace remained in 12th place.
Hwang Hee-chan was named in the starting lineup. Hwang Hee-chan, who was injured in the previous Liverpool match, returned to Newcastle United after rehabilitation and left an impression by scoring immediately after being substituted. He also performed well against Chelsea and scored another goal against Brentford to announce a splendid comeback.
The selection was predicted before the game. British ‘Molyneux News’ predicted, “Coach Hulen Lopetegui can rely on Hwang Hee-chan. Hwang Hee-chan can play in the center and has good physicality. He will be a good choice.” As expected, Hwang Hee-chan came out as a starter. He moved freely across the right side and center, and he played until the 79th minute. 토토사이트
He had 3 shots but no shots on target. Instead, he showed off his strengths by showing his characteristic aggressiveness, such as 2 open fouls, 5 tackles, and 7 ground contest victories. Wolverhampton won 2-0 thanks to Joachim Andersen’s own goal in the 3rd minute of the first half and Huben Neves’ penalty kick (PK) in the second half of extra time.
What was the evaluation of Hwang Hee-chan? Football statistics media ‘WhoScored.com’ gave 6.9 points and ‘Sofa Score’ gave the same rating. The British ‘Birmingham Mail’ gave a rating of 6 and said, “Palace players felt that it was difficult to get the ball out of Hwang Hee-chan. Hwang Hee-chan worked hard while driving the ball.” The UK’s ‘Birmingham World’ also gave a rating of 6, saying, “I bullied Taric Mitchell while running hard.”
He didn’t just say good things. The ‘Birmingham Mail’ pointed out, “Even though I worked hard, the finish was not good.” ‘Birmingham World’ said, “There were times when I held the ball too long. And then I missed it.” If the things that have been talked about as areas to be improved are improved, it seems that Hwang Hee-chan can continue to put his name on the starting lineup.