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Hwang Hee-Chan: Wolves Star Pep Couldn't Recognise Returns to Haunt Man City
- Hwang Hee-Chan was the man of the moment after Wolves' 2-1 epic win over Man City
- The Wolves' ace announced himself to the world a day after Guardiola had referred to him as that 'Korean guy'
- Julian Alvarez netted City's consolation in the second half of the match
Wolves ace Hwang Hee-Chan was the biggest talking point after Manchester City's Premier League clash at Molineux.
City went into the Saturday clash off a fine run of form in the Premier League that had seen them win all their six opening games.
However, they were unable to maintain the perfect start as they tasted their first Premier League defeat at the hands of Wolves.
Sky Sports reports that the home side took an early lead inside 13 minutes of action after Ruben Dias directed the ball into his own net.
Julian Alvarez managed to equalise for City in the second half, only for Hee-Chan to restore Wolves' lead moments later.
Pep fails to recognise Hee-Chan
Incredibly, Hee-Chan scored Wolves' winner just a day after Guardiola failed to recognise him.
Speaking during his press conference before the Wolves clash, the City boss referred to the forward as 'the South Korean' guy.
Hee-Chan's winner quickly prompted reactions online, with fans mocking the Spaniard for his casual reference to the Wolves' ace.
Wolves' admin also rode on the wave, brutally mocking Pep after their starman stole the show at Molineux.
Goal reports that the club shared a graphic of the forward on Twitter, with the caption: "THE KOREAN GUY."
PGMOL admits mistake in Spurs-Liverpool game
With the scores 0-0 and Liverpool one man down, 26-year-old Diaz raced through on goal to slot home, but the goal was immediately flagged for offside after what was an unusually quick VAR check by match official Darren England.
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Liverpool went on to lose the game 2-1, after a late own goal from Joel Matip in the sixth minute of added time.
Barely hours after the game, PGMOL released a statement saying the decision against Luis Diaz was a ‘human error’.