‘Hwangui-jo header’ Bordeaux lost 2-5 to Strasbourg… fall down relegation

Hwang Eui-jo (Girongdaeng Bordeaux) scored a goal against Strasbourg after an injury on the 2nd (Korean time), but the team lost 2-5. /Photo = Bordeaux official Twitter

Hwang Eui-jo (Girongdaeng Bordeaux), who returned from injury, scored the first goal in two games. But the team lost.

Bordeaux lost 2-5 in the 16th round of French Ligue 1 of the 2021-22 season against Strasbourg held in Strasbourg, France on the 2nd (Korean time). With that loss, Bordeaux dropped to 18th place in the relegation zone with 2 wins, 7 draws and 7 losses (13 points).

Hwang Ui-jo, who missed four games in a row due to ankle and hamstring injuries, made a comeback on the 29th of last month as a substitute. On this day, he was named on the starting list as a forward striker.

Hwang Ui-jo scored the opening goal in the 7th minute after a tight 0-0 first half. He shook the Strasbourg net with a header from Adli’s cross from the left flank. However, Bordeaux collapsed, conceding three goals in the first half alone. Strasbourg’s Adrien Thomasson, Kevin Gameiro and Ludovik Azork were taken in after scoring consecutive goals.

Bordeaux, who were pushed 1-4, were chased by Albert Ellis with a goal in the 12th minute of the second half, but in the 20th minute of the second half, Azork gave up a key goal and lost the match.

Bordeaux will play the 17th round against Lyon on the 6th.

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