“Hush!” Hwang Ui-jo’s meaningful celebration of “No.2 Goal.” Fan is “Cool! Hwang Ui-jo.”

Cleansman striker Hwang Ui-jo (Norwich City) led Norwich City to victory with his second goal of the season.

Norwich City won 1-0 at the Queen’s Park Rangers (QPR) home game in the 17th round of the English Championship at Caro Road, Norwich, England on the 26th (Korea time) thanks to Hwang Ui-jo’s winning goal.

Hwang Ui-jo, who returned to his team after completing his national team mission as a substitute in the match against China in the North Korea-China World Cup qualifying match on the 21st, started on the day and showed light movement. After taking over the long pass of Gabriel Sarah, who broke the line in the 21st minute of the first half, he boldly rushed in after controlling with his senses and neatly shook the net with a right-footed shot. The Norish City club praised the goal, saying, “Great pass, great control, great finish.” Hwang Ui-jo scored his second goal of the season, which came a month after scoring his English league debut goal against Sunderland last month. Hwang Ui-jo was replaced by Adam Ida in the 19th minute of the second half, and Norwich, who defended Hwang Ui-jo’s goal well, ranked 13th in the league (23 points) with two consecutive wins. 스포츠토토

Immediately after the goal, Hwang Ui-jo performed a “shhhh” ceremony with his arms extended and fingers on his mouth. It is also Hwang Ui-jo’s favorite ceremony and a common ceremony that Captain Son Heung-min did on his last expedition to China, but given Hwang Ui-jo’s recent situation, the “shhhh” ceremony was meaningful to fans. As if to guess Hwang Ui-jo’s heartache, his colleagues embraced Hwang Ui-jo warmly, and after the victory, Hwang Ui-jo and the players on the bench shared high fives, embraced him and smiled brightly.

Currently, Hwang Ui-jo is under police investigation for illegally filming sex videos with his ex-lover. Hwang was questioned by police as a suspect on the 18th, and amid a flurry of rumors, including his family’s involvement, Hwang is focusing on soccer. “It is the role of a leader to help Hwang play well on the field because he is aware of the controversy that has occurred in Korea and cannot be said to be a problem or guilty right away until clear allegations are made. Hwang Ui-jo is our player and the charges have not been proven. I also experienced a lot in my 40-year soccer career and I had speculation. Until the charges are clear, he is our player,” he said, stressing the principle of presumption of innocence.

Norwich City coach Davit Wagner, Hwang Ui-jo’s team, is in the same position. On the European professional soccer stage, it is common for star players, who are suffering from police investigations and various suspicions, to play on the ground as usual until a court ruling is made. When asked by local media about Hwang’s appointment, Wagner said, “I did not have enough information to know what happened in Korea as a whole. That is the job for the general manager, Hwang Ui-jo and his agent to respond, and all I can judge and control is how they look on the field,” he said, expressing his intention to focus only on their performance.

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