Date:Monday June 19 2006
Wolverhampton Wanderers South Korean Striker Seol Ki-Hyeon made his mark on Germany '06 last night supplying the cross that set up his sides dramatic equaliser against former World Champions France.
Seol, a second half substitute, beat his man down the left flank before sending over an inch perfect cross for Cho Jae-Jin to nod the ball down to Park Ji-sung whose hooked shot eluded Fabien Barthez and William Gallas.
It is now well known that Seol, once eager to play in The Premiership for Wolves, is now somewhat less particular regarding who he achieves that feat with, and a solid World Cup campaign by the man Jez Moxey once said was worth a guaranteed 20 goals a season may help to force the issue.
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