Many Wolves fans have hailed South Korean attacker Hwang Hee-chan after footage emerged from the weekend of his skillset.
The centre-forward was brought on at half-time as Wolves were 2-0 down at home to Brentford but was unable to add to his goal scored at Watford the week prior as the Bees hung on for all three points.
Hwang replaced centre-back Romain Saiss and joined Francisco Trincao, Raul Jimenez and Adama Traore in Bruno Lage’s attacking line, but they only managed to muster eight shots all game, not a single one hitting the target.
However, there was one moment of sublime skill by summer signing Hwang in the second half, where he audaciously clipped the ball through Pontus Jansson’s legs before cutting it back into the penalty area.
The footage from Wolves Fancast on Twitter shows the Brentford defender lunging for the attacker and the Korean could have gone down, but he didn’t and managed to find room on the by-line to cross.
Wolves fans praise Hwang
These Wolves fans have taken to Twitter to hail Hwang for his “cracking bit of skill”.
“Cracking bit of skill but should have gone down”
“Was the only bright spark from yday, hopefully starts Wednesday so can see a good 90 mins of what he can offer us”
“I like Hwang – we use him properly he’ll be a very good player for us”
“Has to start against Southampton. One of the few players who had something about him Saturday”
“Hwang was maybe the only highlight from yesterday”
“Watch that in rewind”
In other news, many Wolves fans blasted the performance of one man on Saturday. Find out more here.
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