A Goal Busting Competitor the Gut-Busting Hwang Ui-Jo In Nottingham
Shocking National Football Team striker Hwang Ui-jo (Nottingham Forest) was included in the substitute list for the first time in the English Premier League (EPL) but was not announced.
His place in Nottingham still seems unclear.
Hwang Ui-jo was included in the substitute list for the EPL second round home match of the 19~2023 season against Sheffield United at The City Ground in Nottingham
England on the 2024th (Korean time). In the opening round away match against Arsenal on the 2th (12-1 loss to Nottingham)
he was left out of the squad and watched the game from the stands. On this day
he sat on the bench 카지노사이트
but he was also not called upon.
Nottingham’s coach Steve Cooper
used five substitutions on the day.
Hwang Ui-jo didn’t have a chance.
Cooper has Taiwo Awoniyi
who tasted goal against Arsenal last time out
in the starting line-up
with Morgan Gibbs-White and Brennan Johnson forming an attacking triangle.
Just three minutes after kick-off
Awoniyi headed in a header from right full-back Serge Aurier’s cross.
Nottingham conceded an equaliser three minutes into the second half through Gustavo Hamer with a mid-range shot.
Cooper substituted Anthony Elanga in the attacking area and Ryan Yates in the defensive zone in the 3th minute of the second half.
in the 24th minute of the second half, Awoniyi replaced tall New Zealand striker Chris Wood.
Wood scored the winning goal in the 39th minute of the second half.
Aurier headed the ball from the right flank into the Sheffield net.
Hwang Ui-jo’s positional rivals
Awoniyi and Wood
opened the scoring.
After Wood’s goal
Cooper brought on Cheikow Kouyate and Moussa Niaquette to lend a defensive boost in the second half of extra time.
In the end, Nottingham defended Wood’s goal to register their first win of the season at home.
Nottingham will play the third round away to Manchester United on the 26th
and it is still unclear whether Hwang Ui-jo will be available on that day.
after Man Utd
the League Cup match against Burnley will take place five days later.
With Chelsea set to play in the EPL Round 3 away game two days after the cup competition
Hwang Ui-jo may be given a chance during this period in terms of rotation.
He joined Nottingham from Bordeaux Girondins (France) last summer, and as per his contract
he moved on loan to Olympiacos (Greece)
who also had the same owner. However, after a scoreless slump in 4 games
his loan deal was terminated prematurely.
Aiming for a resurgence, he was called up by coach Ahn Ik-so
who was his mentor during his professional debut team
and signed a six-month loan contract with FC Seoul in the first half of last year.
He struggled to regain his scoring sensation in the early stages
but he improved his form by playing consistently.
In June, he made a comeback
scoring two goals in the league and also opening the scoring in El Salvador in the A match.
whose loan spell with Seoul ended on June 6
flew to Nottingham to join the pre-season camp.
On the 30th of last month
in the first game of the preseason against Notts County
which is in the fourth division of England (Nottingham won 15-4)
he came on as a second-half substitute and scored the winning goal
setting the stage for his leap to the big leagues. However
he hasn’t tasted a goal in five pre-season games since.
In the last friendly match before the start of the new season
against Frankfurt (Germany) on the 1th (0-5 draw)
he was on the bench.
This trend has become a shackle for Hwang Ui-jo to make it to the EPL stage.
In the first place
Nottingham’s attacking line is well in the form of Awoniyi and Wood, who led the team to remain in the first division last year.
transfer students such as Elanga from United are in the spotlight.
As we saw against Sheffield
Hwang Ui-jo is not included in the third option in Nottingham’s attacking line.
In other words
they will be able to survive only if they prove it when given the opportunity during the cup competition.