‘Hwang Hee-chan Absent’ Wolverhampton Falls Short of Coventry

‘Hwang Hee-chan Absent’ Wolverhampton Falls Short of Coventry… FA Cup Quarter-Final Elimination

Coventry wins 3-2 with two goals in extra time in the second half.

The Wolverhampton of the English Premier League (EPL), missing ‘Bull’ Hwang Hee-chan due to an injury,

was eliminated by Coventry (second division) and was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the English Football Association (FA) Cup. 파워볼사이트

Wolverhampton lost 2-3 in the 2023-2024 FA Cup quarterfinals home game against Coventry,

a member of the Championship (second division), held at Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton, England on the 16th (Korean time).


Accordingly, Wolverhampton failed to advance to the semifinals for the first time in five years since the 2018-2019 season,

and their challenge to regain the title 64 years after winning the 1959-1960 season was postponed until next year.

On the other hand, Coventry advanced to the semifinals for the first time in 37 years since the 1986-1987 tournament in which they won the championship,

continuing their hopes of challenging for the championship for the second time in history.

Wolverhampton and Coventry, who fought a fierce battle throughout the first half, entered the second half without scoring.

It was Coventry who scored first.

In a free kick situation in the midfield, Liam Keach dropped his head from the left side of the penalty area,

and Sims succeeded in scoring by pushing the ball into the goal with his body from the right side of the goal area.


The referee reviewed whether it was a handball for about 4 minutes through video review (VAR) and ultimately recognized the goal as a goal.

Wolverhampton, who was on fire, finally scored an equalizer in the 38th minute of the second half, and the star was Ait Nuri.

When a cross from the right side hit a defender and flowed out in front of the penalty area,

Aitnuri quickly rushed in and balanced the game with a non-stop shot with his right foot.

Wolverhampton, with momentum rising, seemed to have predicted victory

when Hugo Bueno scored a comeback goal in the 43rd minute of the second half after receiving Aitnuri’s penetration pass.

However, Coventry produced a miracle in extra time in the second half.

With over 11 minutes of extra time given in the second half,

Coventry’s Sims scored with a header in the 7th minute of the second half, tying the score at 2-2.

It was Simms’ multi-goal moment.

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