Hwang Ui-jo (Norwich City), a national striker, scored his first offensive point on the stage of the English Championship (Part 2). Similarly, Bae Joon-ho, who plays for Championship Stoke City, helped the winning goal to lead the come-from-behind victory.
Norwich City beat Birmingham City 2-0 in the ninth round of the 2023-24 England Championship at Carrow Road in Norwich, England on the 30th (Korea Standard Time).
Hwang Ui-jo stepped on the ground as a substitute in the 12th minute of the second half when he was leading 1-0 and helped him score an additional goal in three minutes. 온라인카지노
Hwang Ui-jo gave up a backheel pass to avoid the opponent’s tackle, and Jonathan Lo, who caught the ball, shook the net with a left-footed shot from the box after breaking through the dribble.
This is Hwang Ui-jo’s first attack point of this season, who left Nottingham Forest (Part 1) in the transfer market this summer and changed his uniform to Norwich.
With the victory, Norwich rose to seventh place with five wins, one draw and three losses (16 points). He has also recovered from the recent slump of two consecutive losses. Birmingham are 12th with 12 points.
At the same time, Bae Joon-ho of Stoke City also helped lead the team to a great come-from-behind victory against Bristol City in Bristol, England.
Stoke scored two goals in the first 15 minutes and was pulled to 0-2.
Stoke City, chasing from the 20th minute of the first half, balanced 2-2 with Sead Haqshavanovic’s equalizer in the second minute of the second half.
Bae Joon-ho, who was substituted in the 38th minute of the second half, roared while helping with the final goal. Bae Joon-ho, who caught the ball in front of the arc in the 44th minute of the second half, broke through to the right side and made a low and fast cross into the gate, and Nathan Lowe pushed it in.
Bae Jun-ho, who moved from K League 1 Daejeon Hana Citizen to Stoke City in the summer transfer market, became the first player to help Stoke City. Eventually, with this goal, Stoke won a thrilling come-from-behind victory.
Stoke City ranked 16th with three wins, one draw and five losses (10 points). Bristol City is 11th with 12 points.