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Hwang was silenced and Wolverhampton lost.
Wolverhampton fell to a 0-3 defeat away to West Ham United in the 17th round of the 2023-24 English Premier League at the London Stadium in London, England on Sunday (Sept. 17).
Wolverhampton shot themselves in the foot by conceding three goals to West Ham’s counterattacks.
Hwang Hee-chan, who was looking for his ninth league goal, was silent and had to watch his team lose.
The Hammers were led by the multi-goal performance of Kudus.
Bowen scored his 10th goal of the league to drive a wedge.
And it was Paqueta who assisted on all of them, with three assists.
Wolverhampton started with Bentley in goal, followed by Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Totti, Gomes, Lemina, Belgarde, Sarabia, Hwang Hee-chan, and Cunha.
West Ham started with Fabianski in goal and Choupoal-Zouma-Ager-Emerson-Alvarez-Ward-Prowse-Suchek-Kudus-Paketa-Bowen.
Wolverhampton struggled under West Ham’s pressure from the start of the game.
They came close to breaking through. In the seventh minute, Bowen’s corner was headed into the box by Bentley.
In the 19th minute, Ward-Prowse’s free kick was saved by Bentley.
Wolverhampton continued to press forward and create chances, but were hampered by shaky buildup at the back and in midfield. 토토사이트
After a failed attack in the 22nd minute, they conceded on a West Ham counter-attack.
Paqueta’s pass found Koudou, who opened the scoring with a left-footed mid-range shot.
Wolverhampton fought back, but Cunha’s mid-range effort was blocked by Fabianski after a poorly timed pass.
In the 32nd minute, Wolverhampton conceded another goal in similar circumstances to the first.
After a pass forward was broken up, Cudjoe found the back of the net again, this time from Paqueta’s pass.
In the 45th minute, Wolverhampton were in trouble as Bowen’s shot hit the post.
As a result, Wolverhampton went into halftime trailing 0-2 after a frustrating first half.
Wolverhampton’s frustrating performance was not made up for in the second half.
They struggled with West Ham’s pressure in the early stages of the second half and didn’t create many chances.
In the 55th minute, Hwang Hee-chan tried a left-footed shot that was blocked by the defense.
A chance came in the 58th minute.
Hwang Hee-chan checked Semedo, who had cut in nicely, and passed to him. Semedo’s pass was met by Sarabia’s finishing touch.
However, the goal was called offside as Sarabia broke through.
The goal was disallowed, but the momentum was in Wolverhampton’s favor.
West Ham immediately switched to an all-out defense and pounded Wolverhampton at will.
However, chances were few and far between, with Cunha’s only real threat coming in the 64th minute after a solo effort, which sailed just over the bar.
Eventually, West Ham broke through through Bowen.
After a nice counter-attack, Bowen, assisted by Paqueta, opened the scoring for Wolverhampton.
It was a moment that tilted the game further.
In the 81st minute, Ward-Prowse unleashed a stunning free kick, but it grazed the side of the net.
Seven minutes of stoppage time made no difference, and Wolverhampton were unable to take a single point from the game against West Ham.