Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) scored an equalizer against Manchester United.
Tottenham played Manchester United at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the 28th (Korean time) in the 2022-23 season English Premier League Round 33, Son Heung-min scored an exquisite equalizer in the 34th minute of the second half to draw 2-2.
Tottenham, who escaped from two consecutive losses, rose to 5th place with 16 wins, 6 draws and 11 losses (54 points).
Tottenham’s mood was down recently as they suffered a 5-goal loss to Newcastle United. As if reflecting this, he was also dragged in the match against Manchester United. In the 7th minute of the game, Jadon Sancho conceded the first goal, and in the 41st minute of the first half, Marcus Rashford’s counterattack shook the net again.
Tottenham, who conceded two goals in the first half and lost heavily, changed noticeably in the second half. In the 11th minute of the second half, Pedro Poro’s right-footed shot led to a comeback goal in the 11th minute of the match, and Tottenham launched a last-minute offensive.
Tottenham became more aggressive with the introduction of Dejan Kulusevski and Arnaut Danjuma. Tottenham, who continued to beat Manchester United, Son Heung-min came out as a solver. Son Heung-min penetrated deep into the left side of the penalty box in the 34th minute of the second half. Harry Kane, who caught the ball from the other side, connected a low, accurate pass toward Son Heung-min, and Son Heung-min finished lightly with his right foot.온라인카지노
Heung-Min Son has scored in the last 4 games in a row only at home, and the league score has also increased to the ninth goal. If you add just one more goal, you will be able to score in double digits for the 7th consecutive season.
According to ‘Whoscored.com’, a soccer statistics media, Son Heung-min recorded 3 shots and attempted to break through the dribble 4 times, all of which were successful. Since he moved actively, Son Heung-min received a rating of 7.7, ranking high following Kane (8 points), Porro, and Christian Romero (above 7.8 points).
‘Sky Sports’ acknowledged that Son Heung-min, who prevented Tottenham’s three consecutive defeats, had a good performance by giving him a score of 8. ‘Evening Standard’ also gave a 7 rating rating, saying, “Son Heung-min wasn’t the best player, but he was lively.” ‘Football London’ also had the same rating of 7 points.