FPL: Wolverhampton Wanderers’ GW9 round-up - Hwang scores again
Hwang Hee-Chan continues to impress early in his Wolves career
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Wolverhampton Wanderers were denied three points by a 94th minute Rodrigo penalty at Elland Road on Saturday.
Hwang Hee-Chan scored his fourth goal of the season for Wolves after he finished off a blocked shot from Raul Jimenez and just as Bruno Lage thought his side were about to make it four wins in a row, a costly trip by Nelson Semedo deep into stoppage time allowed Leeds United to steal a point right at the death.
It was a sucker punch for all that owned any of the Wanderers back-line but it once again displayed that they are one that is hard to trust.
Hwang Hee-Chan (£5.7) - 8 points
He continues to find the net and his stock keeps rising.
Hwang bagged his fourth goal of the season on Saturday and his partnership with Raul Jimenez continues to grow.
The South Korean has been clinical when given the chance in front of goal and his record up to now at least, speaks for itself.
Rayan Ait-Nouri (£4.3) - 6 points
Ait-Nouri only went and bagged himself a cheeky clean sheet bonus after he was substituted in the 83rd minute.
He’s got solid value behind him but with Marcal fighting for the same position, he’s hard to trust.
Raul Jimenez (£7.6) - 5 points
Anyone that follows me on social media knows enough about this one already.
Many expected more from the Mexican going up against a threadbare Leeds squad but in fairness the service he received was poor all day.
He did however manage to find his teammate, Hwang, with an assist for Wolves’ only goal of the game.
Nelson Semedo (£4.9) - 2 points
From arguably the man-of-the-match to a villain right at the death.
Semedo was instrumental in Wanderers’ opening goal and was good both defensively and going forward all day.
He’s a popular fantasy pick but he ruined a lot of days once he stuck his leg out to foul Joe Gelhardt in the dying minutes.
Conor Coady (£4.5) - 2 points
Another one that is owned by a large chunk and had his score tarnished by the late goal.
Again, Coady played well but that doesn’t show up where it matters most.
Wolverhampton Wanderers player scores in full
- Jose Sa (£5.0) - 3 points
- Maximilian Kilman (£4.5) - 1 point
- Conor Coady (£4.5) - 2 points
- Romain Saiss (£5.0) - 1 point
- Nelson Semedo (£4.9) - 2 points
- Rayan Ait-Nouri (£4.3) - 6 points
- Leander Dendoncker (£4.8) - 2 points
- Joao Moutinho (£5.0) - 2 points
- Hwang Hee-Chan (£5.7) - 8 points
- Adama Traore (£5.9) - 3 points
- Raul Jimenez (£7.6) - 5 points
- Daniel Podence (£5.5) - 1 point
- Ki-Jana Hoever (£4.0) - 1 point
- Ruben Neves (£5.4) - 1 point