Hwang Ui-Jo of Bordeaux, a French professional soccer team, made his first hat-trick and led the team to victory. Hwang Ui-jo, who scored 27 goals in his career, also set the record for the most goals scored by an Asian player in French Ligue 1. 

This is reporter Jeong Hee-don.


Hwang Ui-jo, who started in the home match against Strasbourg, led the attack with vigorous movements and scored the opening goal in the 17th minute of the first half and started off happily.

The opposing defense threw the ball in vain while trying to kick it down, and he pushed the ball with his right foot and shook the net.

Hwang Ui-jo, who scored the 7th goal of the season in 42 days, drove the momentum and scored another goal in the 39th minute with an exquisite left footed mid-range cannon to score the 8th goal of the season.

Bordeaux, leading 3-0, conceded two goals to Strasbourg, who had a counterattack, and were chased by one goal difference.

In the 45th minute of the second half, he received a pass from a teammate and completed his first hat-trick since advancing to the French league with a right-footed shot.

Hwang Ui-jo raised three fingers and spread his head to celebrate the hat-trick, and Bordeaux home fans gave a standing ovation.

Hwang Ui-jo, who scored his 7th, 8th and 9th goals, also scored his 27th, surpassing the record for most goals by an Asian player held by senior Park Joo-young by two goals.

Bordeaux eventually defeated Strasbourg 4-3 thanks to Hwang Ui-jo's one-man show and escaped from the slump in their 3rd consecutive league trophy.

Hwang Ui-jo, who showed a good sense of goal, will join the national soccer team and compete in the World Cup final qualifiers against Lebanon on the 27th.