Hwang Eui-jo and Bae Joon-ho both recorded their first assists in the English Championship. Their performances also helped Norwich City and Stoke City to victories.
Hwang came on as a substitute against Birmingham City in Round 9 on Sept. 30, and the first half ended 0-0 with neither team scoring. Norwich took the lead early in the second half. Sarah opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a header from inside the box.
Shortly after the goal, Hwang came on for Pwaheta in the 12th minute of the second half. She was credited with an assist. In the 15th minute of the second half, Hwang sent a back-heeled pass into the box for Lowe to slot home. The goal proved to be the game-winner, giving Norwich a 2-0 victory and giving Hwang his first offensive point of the season.
Hwang joined Norwich City on loan from his former club Nottingham Forest just before the summer transfer window closed. Shortly after joining, he was called up to the national team and made his first England appearance as a substitute against Stoke City. He continued to rotate between the bench and the starting lineup, earning game time, including a start in the third round of the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup) against Fulham. The team lost 1-2.
Bae came on as a substitute in the ninth round against Bristol City. After the start of the match, Stoke started to fall behind, conceding two goals in the first 15 minutes, but Leris pulled one back in the 20th minute.
As soon as the second half started, Stoke equalized. Two minutes into the second half, Hakshabanovic equalized with a right-footed shot. With the score level again, Bae Jun-ho was substituted for Hakshabanovic in the 38th minute.
He picked up an assist just before the end of the game. In the 44th minute, Bae Junho’s low pass from the right side found the feet of Lowe, who slotted the 스포츠토토 ball into the back of the net. Bae had assisted on the comeback goal, and the game ended in a dramatic 3-2 Stoke victory.
Bae made his first European appearance in a Stoke shirt last summer. He made an uneventful debut, coming on as a substitute against Preston North End in the fifth round. He gradually settled in, but then hit a rough patch as the team went four games without a win. The win was a welcome return to form.