8th goal explosion → Hwang Hee-chan’s ambitious “season goal? Follow Holan as much as possible.”

British media “Birmingham Mail” reported on the 28th (Korea Standard Time), “Ambitious Wolves star Hwang Hee-chan has aimed for Elling Hallan as he has shown good performance in front of the goal so far this season.” 토토사이트

Hwang Hee-chan scored his eighth goal of the season as a starter in the 13th round of the 2023/24 Premier League away match against Fulham at Craven Cottage in London, England, on the 28th.

With Hwang Hee-chan playing as the front-line two-top along with Mateus Cunha, the game turned into a slugfest. In the first seven minutes of the first half, Fulham scored the first goal when Alex Iwobi calmly pushed Antony Robinson’s cutback pass.

Hwang Hee-chan raised his Premier League scoring ranking by scoring his eighth goal of the season and his seventh goal of the league. Currently, Hwang Hee-chan is tied for fifth, with only four players on Hwang Hee-chan’s list: Elling Holan (14 goals, Manchester City), Mohamed Salah (10 goals, Liverpool), Son Heung-min (8 goals, Tottenham Hotspur), and Jerod Bohan (8 goals, West Ham United).

Hwang Hee-chan, who became one of the best strikers in the Premier League this season, drew attention after the match against Fulham, saying he was using Hallan, his former teammate at RB Salzburg, as his role model.

Hwang Hee-chan, who started playing for Austrian club Salzburg in 2015, drew great attention from European clubs by forming an offensive triangle with Holan and Takumi Minamino (AS Monaco). Later, he moved to Wolverhampton through RB Leipzig in the German Bundesliga and entered the Premier League stage.

According to the media, Hwang Hee-chan said in an interview with the BBC, “I want to follow Holan as much as possible,” when asked about his season goals. World-class striker Holan made history by scoring 14 goals this season after scoring 36 goals in the league last season, reaching his 50th Premier League goal in just 48 games.

Hwang Hee-chan, who announced his goal, said, “It was my dream to become a Premier League player. There were many good players in Korea who played in the Premier League,” adding, “I still can’t believe that I’m playing in the Premier League. I do my best every day because I have a sense of responsibility.”

“Every point comes from teamwork. We work hard, we train, and the coach (Gary O’Neill) is amazing,” he added. “We understand each other very well, and the coach knows how to keep pace when the opponent puts us under pressure, so we follow his tactics.”

Hwang Hee-chan also confessed that the process of adapting after leaving Korea at the tender age of 19 for Austria to join Salzburg in 2015 was difficult.

“To be honest, I won a lot of awards when I was young, including the top scorer and best player award, but when I arrived in Salzburg, they had good players, talent, a completely different culture and language,” he said. “I cried every day.”

“I just wanted to go back to Korea. I started learning German and it was much harder and harder than English, but I improved a lot and scored a lot six months later,” he said.

Hwang Hee-chan, who moved to Wolverhampton in the summer of 2021, appeared in 74 games, including against Fulham, and scored 16 goals. As eight goals, half of them, came out this season and predicted a career high season, Wolverhampton is reportedly seeking to renew his contract with Hwang Hee-chan recently.

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