Tottenham assistant coach Christian Stellini believed in Son Heung-min.
Tottenham Hotspur will play the 22nd round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season with Manchester City at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England at 1:30 am (Korean time) on the 6th. Tottenham is 5th with 11 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses (36 points), while Man City is 2nd with 14 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses (45 points).
It’s an important match for Tottenham. Cool down, any hopes of Tottenham catching up with Manchester City or Arsenal are gone. In the end, the realistic goal is to advance to the European Champions League (UCL) next season. If so, you should be in the top 4. Newcastle and Manchester United, currently tied with 39 points, are Tottenham’s realistic targets.
For that, it is important to face off against the top ranks. Tottenham met the Big 6 teams 6 times this season, and their performance is disastrous with 1 draw and 5 losses. It is also true that there is an expectation that the Big 6 jinx can be broken because this match is against Man City held at ‘home’.
Especially when Tottenham catches Man City at home, the expected player is of course Son Heung-min. Son Heung-min is showing a very strong figure, recording 7 goals and 3 assists in 16 matches with Man City. As Son Heung-min scored a multi-goal in the FA Cup match against Preston last time and fired a flare of revival, more attention is focused on Son Heung-min’s feet.
Ahead of this game, when a reporter asked Coach Stelloni if Son Heung-min could provide an opportunity for a reversal, he said, “The flow can change every moment. It depends on Son Heung-min and the team. What Son Heung-min is doing is important, “He’s doing good for the team. He’s having trouble scoring goals, but he’s doing great for the team. That’s more important.” 카지노사이트
Son Heung-min is currently in a state where Lucas Moura and Richarlison have returned from injuries, but a starter is likely.
Meanwhile, coach Conte, who underwent surgery to remove his gallbladder, has yet to decide whether he will sit on the bench in this match. “We don’t know yet. A decision will be made tomorrow. That’s for Conte and the surgeons to decide. We still have 48 hours to go,” Stellini explained.