‘A Match Multi-Goal’ Son Heung-min re-challenges EPL’s 100th goal against Everton

Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham), who scored multiple goals in the March A-match evaluation match and finished the zero-point re-aiming, challenges again for the historic 100th goal in the Premier League. My heart is light to face off against Everton, who created excitement every time we met.

Tottenham will play an away match in round 29 of the 2022-23 season Premier League against Everton at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England at 4 am (Korean time) on the 4th. 스포츠토토

Tottenham desperately need a win. With 49 points (15 wins, 4 draws, 9 losses) this season, they are on the bottom line (4th place) to secure the right to participate in the European Champions League next season. However, as of the 2nd, Newcastle, which is in 5th place with 47 points, has played two fewer games, so I can not relax.

The atmosphere in the team was also very low. During the A match break in March, manager Antonio Conte put down the baton. Coach Christian Stellini will lead the team for the remainder of the season as acting manager. The atmosphere in the locker room is turbulent as perception changes can occur in the squad depending on which of the many leaders who have been awaited for the next command tower will rise to the command tower.

That’s why Son Heung-min’s score is needed. Attention is focusing on whether or not he will repeat the pattern of coming back to life after tasting a goal in an A-match even though his team is sluggish. On the 24th of last month, he scored two goals alone in an A-match evaluation match against Colombia, leading to a 2-2 draw and boosting his confidence. Along with the multi-goal, the total A match score was 37 goals, and it jumped to 3rd place in Korean football history in this category.

Fortunately, ‘soul partner’ Harry Kane (30) is also on the rise. Last month, he scored consecutive goals against Italy and Ukraine during the A-match period, winning the title as the highest scorer (55 goals) in English soccer history.

It is also positive that when Son Heung-min met Everton, he had many memories of being excited. He has made 12 appearances in his career and has 10 offensive points (4 goals and 6 assists), including a hat-trick of assists in last year’s FA Cup match. Although he is sluggish this season with only 6 goals in the regular league, the fact that he has shown an upward trend with 3 goals and 1 assist in 4 games played with his team and national team is also a factor that raises expectations.

Expectations for Son Heung-min are gradually rising in the UK as well. Local media The Bootroom said, “This season’s performance is shocking for a very good player,” but “big players come out as solvers at important moments. There is no need to be surprised if Son Heung-min starts the match against Everton.”

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