Son Heung-min, who confessed everything about ‘sluggishness’, “Honestly, ups and downs are right”

 Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham Hotspur) honestly admitted the recent sluggish controversy. There were ups and downs this season, and it was a performance that could never be satisfied. He vowed to overcome his sluggishness by clearly winning the fight against himself and working hard.

Son Heung-min said in an interview with Sky Sports in the UK on the 21st (Korean time), “I really hate it, but there were ups and downs until the interview. The most important thing is to want to help. I always look back at the game, such as penetration, movement, and technique, and look for areas where I can improve. I really hate it, but the team and I have had ups and downs.”

Son Heung-min was the top scorer in the Premier League last season. Although the team was not properly organized, he showed off his best goal sense alone and held the golden boot jointly with Mohamed Salah. Expectations were higher this season as he sailed from start to finish with manager Conte. 파라오카지노

Expectations were also high for Tottenham as a whole through extensive recruitment in the summer. However, it was difficult to get along with his freshman, and Son Heung-min also suffered an orbital fracture injury in a tight schedule, and could not show 100% condition. Due to the dissonance with Ivan Perishich, he lost his sharp look. Currently, he has 4 goals in 18 Premier League games, and his explosive goal sense is the only hat-trick against Leicester City.

He also struggled full-time against Manchester City, but only had one shot on target in 90 minutes. There is also a tactical criticism of manager Antonio Conte, and even the core Son Heung-min, who played a big role last season, is doing his best to escape the sluggishness.

Son Heung-min found the cause himself. Talking about his ups and downs, he said, “When things don’t go well, I have to let them go, but that doesn’t work. I think I’m trying too hard. I can’t stand things not going well and I insist on doing better. It’s not for others to see, it’s for myself.” answered.

But he was confident that he would rise above all controversies. Son Heung-min said, “I love soccer, so I don’t give up and keep running. After becoming the top scorer, the expectations poured into me have changed. I’m enjoying this situation. I think it’s an opportunity to develop further as a player.”

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