Midfielder Hwang In-beom (27, Crvena Zvezda) received favorable reviews from a trusted daily newspaper in the Serbo-Croat-speaking region.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ‘Oslobogene’ said, “I think it’s already okay to talk about Hwang In-beom, who came to Crvena Zvezda from Olympiakos. “He is demonstrating his ability (in the new team) as he was at the top level of Greek professional soccer,” the report said.
In this summer transfer market, Crvena Zvezda paid 5.5 million euros (approximately 7.8 billion won), the highest investment ever in the Serbian first division, to Olympiacos (Greece) to bring in Hwang In-beom. His contract period runs until June 2027.먹튀검증
Serbia is ranked 13th in the 2023-24 UEFA league rankings, and Greece is ranked 19th. Crvena Zvezda is ranked 44th in the European Club Rankings, and Olympiacos is ranked 48th.
‘Oslobogene’ is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most authoritative newspaper with 80 years of history. Bosnia and Herzegovina was a country like Serbia (Yugoslavia) from 1945 to 1992. Even after the breakup, 30.8% of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Serb.
Hwang In-beom played for Crvena Zvezda in three Serbian first division games as a central/attacking midfielder and two UEFA Champions League games as a defensive midfielder. His ability as a utility player who plays according to the tactical needs of his team based on the power difference with his opponent stands out.
‘Oslobogene’ said, “Hwang In-beom is a great help to the defending champions of the Serbian League. He praised his performance after joining Crvena Zvezda, saying, “It shows why he played 47 A matches for the Korean national soccer team, ranked 26th in the world.”
Hwang In-beom is recording ▲effective shots per 90 minutes ▲ball recovery 6.76 ▲competition advantage 4.68 (64% advantage rate) per 90 minutes in his debut season in the world’s best club competition, the UEFA Champions League. Crvena Zvezda is doing his part well as a defensive midfielder.
Crvena Zvezda’s performance in the Serbian first division, where they are stronger than their opponents, is even better. ▲98% passing accuracy in the defensive zone ▲73% possession rate in 50:50 situations where the ball belongs to no one ▲6.78 ball recoveries per 90 minutes are very impressive.
The 90-minute average ▲scoring opportunities created 3.66 ▲passes completed over a distance of 22.86m 3.12 ▲lob passes effective 2.71 ▲crosses hit 2.71 times show how creative Hwang In-beom is in the Serbian first division this season.
In-Beom Hwang is taking 2.31 free kicks per 90 minutes in the Serbian League. This is because it is difficult for the opponent to stop without fouling, to the extent that he breaks through 1.36 times per full time.
The average number of tackles per 90 minutes in the 2023-24 Serbian First Division is 2.71, and the duel advantage is 7.19. Even when used as a central/attacking midfielder, he has enough defensive ability to apply pressure.