Wolves Defeat Burnley 1-0 as Hwang Hee-chan Scores Eighth Premier League Goal of the Season

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Hwang Hee-chan scored the only goal of the game as Wolves returned to winning ways against Burnley.

The home side took full advantage shortly before half-time when Burnley gave the ball away while playing out from the back, before the South Korean international scored his eighth goal of the season. 

Burnley also had their chances to score, but failed to make them pay in a result that leaves them 19th in the Premier League standings.

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Wolves returned to winning ways as Hwang Hee-chan scored the only goal to sink Burnley

Hwang capitalised after Burnley lost control of the ball when playing out from the back

Hwang capitalised after Burnley lost control of the ball when playing out from the back

Vincent Kompany's side missed out on the chance to climb out of the relegation zone

Vincent Kompany’s side missed out on the chance to climb out of the relegation zone

There was little James Trafford could do but watch the ball be rolled past him into the net

There was little James Trafford could do but watch the ball be rolled past him into the net

Wolves keeper Dan Bentley made a stunning double save from Jay Rodriguez and Josh Brownhill

Wolves keeper Dan Bentley made a stunning double save from Jay Rodriguez and Josh Brownhill

Burnley had a number of chances to get back into the game including this free-kick from Jacon Bruun Larsen

Burnley had a number of chances to get back into the game including this free-kick from Jacon Bruun Larsen

The victory for Wolves comes after narrow defeats to Fulham and Arsenal in recent weeks

The victory for Wolves comes after narrow defeats to Fulham and Arsenal in recent weeks

Burnley's Jay Rodriguez and Wolves' Joao Gomes battle for possession of the ball

Burnley’s Jay Rodriguez and Wolves’ Joao Gomes battle for possession of the ball

MATCH FACTS

Wolves: Bentley, Kilman, Dawson, Gomes, Nelson Semedo, Sarabia (Bellegarde 81), Lemina, Joao Gomes, Hugo Bueno (Doherty 90+1), Hwang, Matheus Cunha (Traore 87)

Unused Subs: Santiago Bueno, Silva, Kalajdzic, Doyle, King, Chirewa

Goal: Hwang 42 

Booked: Lemina, Kilman

Burnley: Trafford, Vitinho (Odobert 90+2), O’Shea, Ekdal (Redmond 90+2), Taylor, Bruun Larsen (Ndayishimiye 70), Berge, Brownhill, Koleosho (Gudmundsson 36), Rodriguez, Amdouni

Unused subs: Zaroury, Ramsey, Al Dakhil, Ndayishimiye, Delcroix, Muric

Booked: Brownhill, Berge, Taylor, Ekdal

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