‘PL Senior’ Ki Sung-yueng visits Wolverhampton to cheer him on… “Heechan, who is becoming indispensable to the team, I look forward to his greater performance in the future.”

Ki posted a photo on his personal social media on Sunday (Korea Standard Time). Wearing plain clothes, Ki took a photo with Hwang Hee-chan at a training site in Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Ki Sung-yueng wrote, “Today, I came to Wolverhampton to see Hee-chan.”

Hwang Hee-chan led his team to victory by scoring the winning goal in a match against Wolverhampton and Burnley in the 15th round of the 2023-2024 Premier League on the 6th. It was Hwang Hee-chan’s eighth goal in the league and his ninth goal of the season. He has eight goals and two assists in the league alone and one goal in the League Cup this season. He has already achieved double-digit attack points in the Premier League.

In October, Hwang Hee-chan also set a scoring record for six consecutive home games for Wolverhampton for the first time since John Richards in the 1972-1973 season. Starting with Everton, his last home game last season, he shook the net at home until Brighton and Hove Albion, Newcastle United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Aston Villa and Newcastle.
Hwang Hee-chan also moved up to fourth on the Premier League scoring list. With eight goals, he is now tying for fourth along with Ollie Watkins (Villa) and Jarrod Bowen (West Ham). He has only one goal gap with third-ranked Son Heung-min (nine goals).

In addition, Hwang Hee-chan scored a total of 16 goals in the Premier League, ranking third in the Premier League Asian scoring rankings alone. 슬롯머신

Prior to the match, Hwang Hee-chan was tying for third. He had 15 goals alongside Ki Sung-yueng, a senior player in the Korean national team and the Premier League.
Ki moved to Swansea City in the 2012-2013 season, where he played in 139 games and scored 12 goals during the six seasons. He also scored eight goals during the 2014-2015 season. When he was on loan with Sunderland in the 2013-2014 season, he scored three goals and left the Premier League record of 15 goals overall.

Ki Sung-yueng then wrote, “Through a really good opportunity, he explained what I was really curious about, such as De Zerbi’s philosophy, tactical movements, and training methods of putting tactics on players.”

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