Was it a momentary misunderstanding of the team

Wolverhampton Wanderers had a landslide 4-1 victory over Brentford in the 19th round of the 2023-24 English Premier League held at G-Tech Community Stadium in London, the U.K. on Friday. Hwang Hee-chan, who started as Wolverhampton’s striker, scored multiple goals and led his team to a landslide victory.

However, there was another player who helped Wolverhampton win as well as Hwang Hee-chan. It was Brentford’s Nathan Collins. Collins is a central defender who left Wolverhampton to join Brentford ahead of this season. Brentford invested 23 million pounds (about 37.7 billion won) to recruit Collins, which became the club record for the club.

Collins kept Wolverhampton’s back firmly by sharing a meal with Hwang Hee-chan last season. He then faced his old team Wolverhampton for the first time since his transfer. Collins, however, provided an excuse for a run, making the worst mistake as if he were confusing the team. Collins attempted a back pass towards the goalkeeper in the 14th minute of the first half when Brentford were being dragged 0-1. However, this pass was a little short, and Hwang Hee-chan intercepted it and scored.

Then, in the 34th minute of the second half, he made another fatal mistake. He made a ridiculous pass miss at the back, and the ball was intercepted by Matheus Cunha. Cunha quickly drove in the ball, then passed it to Jean-Licne Belgaard and Belgaard lightly hit Brentford’s net.

Football statistics magazine Footmob gave Collins a 3.4 rating after the match. It was the lowest rating in both teams. He was the most expensive player in Brentford’s history, but he didn’t do well on the day.


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