Son Heung Min won yet another individual award after last season and became one of the nine most comprehensive attacking players in Europe.
Tottenham’s 2019/20 season is not really perfect. After returning to the Champions League runner-up, Spurs dropped their form, leading to the dismissal of mid-season coach, early splash in cup tournaments, traumatic injuries and they ended the season with a first-time loss in the top 4. since 2015.
But in that context, Korean striker Son Heung Min proved to be extremely stable and had the best season of his career. He scored 11 goals & 11 assists in 30 Premier League appearances, becoming one of the 3 Premier League players this season to reach dozens of goals and assists. The other two are superstars: Kevin De Bruyne & Mohamed Salah.
He also performed well in the Champions League with 5 goals & 1 assist to help Tottenham reach the 1/8 round, the tournament can be said to be a “bright spot” quite a few in a gray season of the North London Club. Son not only won but also won the club’s best goal of the season with a brilliant solo performance against Burnley.
Son Heung Min was recently voted the Tottenham Player of the Season according to the votes of legends. This award was presented last year and awarded to midfielder Moussa Sissoko, but this year Son also won 4 other club awards: The best goal of the season, the best player of the season by Club Members (season ticket buyers) ) voted, Player of the season voted by the Little Club Member, and Player of the Season voted by the Official Tottenham Supporting Association.
Giving Son the award, legendary defender Graham Roberts representing former Tottenham players said the award is entirely worth it because Son has shown the enthusiasm in the competition that other players should follow.
“Without Harry Kane for a long time, he stood up, devoted himself to the team in every way possible and always smiled when the game was over. He was the best person for us to award: A people diligent and always know how to evoke optimism with the fans, “Mr Roberts said. After the top 5 leagues in Europe have ended, a total of only 9 players have reached dozens of goals and assists. Son has the honor to be on the same list as De Bruyne (Man City), Salah (Liverpool), Lionel Messi (Barcelona), Jadon Sancho (Dortmund), Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad), Alassane Plea (Gladbach), Domenico Berardi (Gladbach), Domenico Berardi (Gladbach) Sassuolo) and Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich).