It was later revealed that Park Ji-sung, who joined Manchester United in 2005 and became the first Korean Premier League player to play at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United, had traveled to Molineux Stadium, the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers, to meet and encourage his junior Hwang Hee-chan.
Park Ji-sung met with the Wolves media and spoke highly of Hwang Hee-chan.
Wolves Express, a podcast specializing in the Wolves club, revealed the interview that took place on September 9 (KST), saying, “Korean legend Park Ji-sung met with Hwang Hee-chan at Molineux Stadium”.
In the interview, Park said, “I came to meet Hwang Hee-chan,” and added, “Everyone at the club likes Hwang Hee-chan.
The youth academy and club staff all seem to love him,” revealing Hwang’s popularity and standing within the club.
“He’s gotten better every season since he’s been at Wolves.
I’m looking forward to seeing him score a lot of goals this season,” he said, expressing his praise and expectations for the junior’s soccer skills.
In his third year with Wolves, Hwang has been at the top of his game this season and has established himself as a Premier League A winger.
This is because he has improved his goal-scoring ability.
Hwang has scored seven goals in 12 appearances across the Premier League and League Cup this season.
He has six goals in the Premier League.
He joined Wolves on loan from German side RB Leipzig in the 2021/22 season.
Hwang’s first and second seasons were somewhat disappointing for a player of his caliber.
In his first season, he scored four goals in his first six games and seemed to settle right into the Premier League, but then he struggled, and in December of that year, he was sidelined for two months with a hamstring injury.
In his second season in the Premier League, following a full-time move to Wolves, he struggled with a hamstring (back thigh muscle) injury for most of the season.
In the second half of the season, he improved his finishing and chance creation, but was never a reliable striker as he missed time with a series of niggling injuries.
However, he has shown a surge in form this season, scoring six goals in 11 league games, which is tied for sixth in all competitions. 카지노사이트777
That’s only a goal or two behind Tottenham Hotspur’s senior Son Heung-min, Liverpool’s world-class striker Mohamed Salah, and Newcastle United’s emerging killer Callum Wilson, who are all in second and third place.
What’s more, the quality of his shots has improved to the point where he ranks at the top of the Premier League.
According to FB Lev, a site specializing in soccer statistics, Hwang’s G-xG (actual goals minus expected goals (xG)) is the highest in the Premier League, which means that his actual goals are much higher than his expected goals, which means he is finishing better in a given environment.
That’s a good indication of goal-scoring quality.
Park echoed this sentiment, saying, “Hwang Hee-chan has scored a lot of goals, so I have high hopes for him this season.”
He also expressed interest in the upcoming match between Tottenham and Wolves on November 11.
This will be the first matchup of the season between two of the Premier League’s leading Korean players, Son Heung-min and Hwang Hee-chan.
“It’s a huge topic for the Korean people,” Park said, “especially in the Premier League, which is the top league in soccer, so it’s very much anticipated. I’m looking forward to it as well.”
The match will take place on Saturday, Nov. 11 at 9:30 p.m. in prime time. ‘
Haeberge’ is also looking forward to seeing how the two strikers will fare in the ‘Korean Derby’.