Norwich City striker Hwang Ui-jo scored for South Korea as they defeated Singapore 5-0 in World Cup qualifying.

The Nottingham Forest loan export started on the bench but replaced Cho Gue-sung after 65 minutes, netting just three minutes later as Korea began their attempts to reach the 2026 tournament in North America in fine fashion.

That goal came from the penalty spot, Hwang calmly rolling to the goalkeeper's right after Seol Young-woo was brought down in the box.

Gue-sung had opened the scoring in the 44th minute, before Wolves attacker Hwang Hee-chan doubled his side's lead just after the break. Tottenham captain Son Heung-min made it 3-0 in the 63rd minute, before Hwang's introduction was quickly followed by the fourth goal of the match.

Lee Kang-in sealed the victory in the 85th minute, taking South Korea top of Group C in the Asian qualifiers.

Hwang scored his first goal for the Canaries last month in their 3-1 loss to Sunderland, but struggled to make his mark in Saturday's 3-2 win over Cardiff and looks likely to be replaced by match-winner Adam Idah when Norwich face QPR at Carrow Road on November 25.

He's made 12 appearances for David Wagner's side so far, registering one goal and one assist after moving to Carrow Road on transfer deadline day.

City loan export Christos Tzolis was also on the scoresheet for his country, finding the net less than five minutes into the Greece under-21 side's 3-0 win over the Faroe Islands.

He coolly slotted under Ari Peterson to break the brief deadlock, before Georgios Koutsias doubled the lead in the second half. Nikos Zouglis rounded off the scoring in the 57th minute, before some late drama saw Koutsias sent off 10 minutes from time.

Tzolis was replaced by Michail Panagidis 86 minutes in, having performed impressively for Nikos Papadopoulos' side.

The 21-year-old has been in fine form since joining Fortuna Dusseldorf temporarily this summer, scoring eight times and making two assists in 13 games. The German club can sign him permanently this summer if desired, in a deal that would earn City some of the £9million they splashed to sign him from PAOK in 2021.

Interim Norwich captain Kenny McLean also played, coming on as a substitute in Scotland's 2-2 draw with Georgia.

He replaced former club-mate Billy Gilmour in midfield at half-time, after a disappointing half in which Khvicha Kvaratskhelia gave the hosts the lead. Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay briefly equalised having been set up by McLean, but the same man made it 2-1 just eight minutes later.

Lawrence Shankland found an equaliser in the 93rd minute, however, securing a point for the Tartan Army.

Steve Clarke's side have already qualified for Euro 2024 next summer, but the result means they're unlikely to top Qualification Group A, trailing leaders Spain by two points and nine goal difference with one game left.