The man Son Heung-min fell in love with…Son Heung-min’s generous praise
Son Heung-min has once again praised James Maddison.
Tottenham Hotspur fan community ‘Spurs Web’ reports that “Son Heung-min has been lavish in his praise for the England international, admitting that he has brought something special to the team. “He was one of the best playmakers in the Premier League (PL) during his time at Leicester City and has taken his game up a notch or two since moving to Tottenham in the summer,” the site reports.
Speaking to TNT Sports in the UK after the 1-0 win over Luton Town, Son was asked about Maddison and said: “I love him. He does everything. When we don’t build up in a good way, Madison comes down to help the defense. He’s a fantastic player. It’s a special thing to have him in our team, he’s been amazing,” he said, praising Maddison.
Since joining the Spurs ahead of the season, Maddison has played as well as if he had been with the team for several seasons. He’s made an impact in a number of ways, from playing in the center of the second line and acting as a link between the third and the front, to threatening opponents on set pieces with his sharp kicks.
What’s clear is that Maddison is the type of player Tottenham have been looking for in recent years. His presence is one of the reasons why Spurs are on the upswing. Any concerns about Harry Kane’s departure have been completely erased by the performances of Maddison and Son Heung-min.
Spurs are sitting at the top of the league after eight rounds thanks to the performances of players like Maddison and Son, as well as the leadership of manager Enze Postecoglou. With 20 points and a goal difference of 10, they are tied with Arsenal, but have scored more goals (18) than the Gunners (16) to claim the top spot. This is a far cry from last season, when they finished eighth. 메이저사이트
“We’re definitely feeling the pressure,” said Son Heung-min. We’re a big club and we need to get results. We’re a big club and we have to get results. It’s important that we feel the pressure, but I think everyone takes responsibility for it.”