‘It sucks to watch Tottenham’ Worst presence criticized, “really very disappointing player”
October 25, 2023 | by bookmeforphotographers.com
The Tottenham Hotspur striker has been criticized.
He left Everton for Tottenham ahead of last season. The transfer fee was around 90 billion, so expectations were high.
He didn’t live up to expectations. With only one goal in the league, he was labeled as a dud.
He hadn’t really made an impact ahead of the season either, but Spurs hadn’t really reinforced themselves after Harry Kane’s departure, so they were left to cry and eat mustard.
Nevertheless, there were some promising performances in pre-season friendlies.
However, the Frenchman failed to turn things around with a sub-par performance, failing to find the back of the net in the league since the start of the season.
He looked to be on the verge of turning things around with goals against Fulham and Sheffield United, but the reality was sobering.
He hasn’t made much of an impact since. He’s become a bit of an afterthought.
Tottenham’s 2-0 win over Fulham in the ninth round kept them firmly at the top of the league. 안전놀이터
Son Heung-min, who has been responsible for Tottenham’s offense this season in place of Hischalisson, has been a force to be reckoned with with one goal and one assist.
Scottish legend Ally McCoist was watching the Tottenham-Fulham game and noticed the lack of form.
“McCoist said he found the Frenchman irritating to watch,” the Express reported.
“He’s a very frustrating player. I really think so,” adding that McCoist said.
“No one doubts that he’s an incredibly talented player,” McCoist said. But we haven’t seen enough of it,” McCoist said, calling for a push.
The hole in Tottenham’s attack left by his absence has been filled by Son Heung-min.
Heung-min has been playing up front this season, and he’s solved a lot of Spurs’ problems.
His first goal of the season came against Burnley. He scored three goals in a row to complete a hat-trick, ending a promising start.
It was the fourth hat trick of his EPL career against Burnley this season, joining Southampton (2020/21), Aston Villa (2021/22), and Leicester City (2022/23).
Against Arsenal, Son’s multi-goal performance prevented the Gunners from losing and secured a valuable point away from home. He also scored his 150th goal for Tottenham.
Son was also hot on his feet against Liverpool. He opened the scoring with an assist from James Maddison and reached the milestone of 200 European goals.
Son’s six-goal haul in September was nothing short of spectacular. He was rewarded with the EPL Player of the Month award. It’s the fourth time in his career, after September 2016, April 2017, and October 2020.
His goal against Fulham gave him 152 goals for Tottenham.
He was rewarded for his performance with a goal and an assist against Fulham by being named in many weekly best 11s.