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Wolverhampton played their first game of the season against Manchester United on September 19th, with a managerial change just days before kickoff and a key player in the team, Nabil Neves, moving to Saudi Arabia. Wolverhampton performed above expectations and outplayed United.
However, the performance didn’t translate into results, with Mateusz Cunha hitting the post and United goalkeeper Andre Onana having both shots on target blocked. We had a whopping 23 shots on goal with no results.
To add insult to injury, Hwang Hee-chan, who came on as a substitute in the 18th minute, had four shots on goal, all of which went wide of the target.
Wolverhampton now host Brighton at 11pm on the 19th.
The Asian players on both teams will be crucial.
Brighton were dubbed a “team on the rise” last season after finishing sixth in the Premier League. The combination of young, talented players and Roberto De Zerbi’s attacking football that utilizes space helped the Seagulls beat the big boys.
This season was no different, with a 4-1 thrashing of Luton Town, freshly promoted to the Premier League, on the opening day.
However, they’ve lost a lot of strength in depth: Moises Caicedo, who was the centerpiece of their defense, left for Chelsea in the Premier League’s highest transfer fee ever.
The main point of interest was the battle between the two Korean strikers, Hwang Hee-chan and Mitoma Kaoru. Whether or not they score will make or break the game for Wolverhampton.