Hwang Ui-jo makes debut for Norwich in England’s second tier as substitute against Stoke

Bae Jun-Ho started and played 61 minutes for Stoke City.

South Korean striker Hwang Eui-jo (Norwich City) made his English professional soccer debut.

Norwich City of the English Championship (Second Division) came on as a 15-minute substitute in the

second half of their home match against Stoke City in the sixth round of the 2023-2024 Championship at

Carrow Road in England 토토사이트 on Sept. 16 (local time).

Hwang played until the end of the game, but did not register an offensive point.

Hwang joined Nottingham Forest from Bordeaux (France) in the English Premier League (EPL) in August

last year, 스포츠토토 but was immediately loaned to Greek side Olympiakos before returning to

Nottingham after a six-month loan spell with K League 1 side FC Seoul in the first half of this season.

However, he was unable to find playing time at Nottingham and was loaned to English second division

side Norwich City earlier this month.

It was Hwang’s first time on the English stage.

Stoke City started midfielder Bae Joon-ho, who joined the club from Daejeon Hanasa Citizen in August.

He was substituted a minute after Hwang Ui-jo came on and dropped to the bench.

The match ended in a 1-0 victory for Norwich City. Jack Stacey scored the winning goal in the 44th minute.

With four wins, one draw, and one loss, Norwich City remains in contention at the top of the table.

Stoke City, on the other hand, 스포츠토토맨 remained in the bottom half of the table with two wins and four losses.

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