Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Hwang Hee-chan scored a goal to help his team draw against Aston Villa on Sunday. It is his fifth goal this season for the Wolves.
Pedro Neto, a Portuguese midfielder, made a solo move down the wing and crossed the ball to Hwang, who finished the play with aplomb in the 53rd minute. A goal from Pau Torres shortly canceled a goal from Villa, and the score remained 1-1 until the final whistle.
After that, things became heated during the game. The midlands derby between Wolves and Villa is typically heated because the two teams are only 19 kilometers apart.
Hwang Hee-chan Scored a Goal in Draw
According to Online Gambling Solutions sources, the game ended with Wolves’ Mario Lemina getting sent off for a second yellow card, with Villa manager Unai Emery not sticking around to shake hands with Wolves’ Gary O’Neil.
Emery seemed more flustered than anybody else, lurching wildly between yelling at his players after every mistake and imploring everybody else to calm down whenever tensions rose on the field. He said he was “a bit irritated” after the game but still would have shaken O’Neil’s hand. According to online gambling reports, the stalemate may have been frustrating for 14th-place Wolves, especially after their win over Manchester City the week before. Still, it was yet another strong performance by Hwang.
According to football betting sources, Hwang has found the back of the net five times in eight games this season. He scored against Man City last week. In addition, he scored against Liverpool on September 16, Crystal Palace on September 3, and Brighton on August 19.
In the 2021-22 season, when he first joined the Wolves on loan, he got off to a swift start and then hit a major slump that lasted through the rest of that season and the beginning of the following. Hwang scored only three goals in the league last year due to the conclusion of his slump, a rotating door of managers, and injuries.