Tottenham’s Son Heung-min (30) came out as a solver.
Tottenham drew 2-2 with Manchester United in the 2022-23 season English Premier League round 33 home game held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 28th (Korean time).
Tottenham, who was drawn 0-2 in the first half, conceded to Jadon Sancho in the 7th minute of the game, turned the game around with Pedro Poro in the 11th minute and Son Heung-min’s consecutive goals in the 34th minute.
On this day, Tottenham was the first game in which acting manager Ryan Mason took the helm. Tottenham, which started this season under manager Antonio Conte, has since been operated under the system of acting manager Christian Stellini. However, as both managers left the team, Coach Mason took over as acting manager.
Tottenham’s recent performance has been messy. There were many games where I was pushed back in the beginning and then took a knee while losing the atmosphere. But this day was different. They gave up the lead in the first half, but ended up with a tie.
Acting coach Mason expressed satisfaction with Tottenham’s performance in the second half. “I’m proud of the performance in the second half. We stuck together and trusted each other throughout the game. I think we deserved to finish the game in a draw,” he said.
He also praised Son Heung-min. Son Heung-min received Kane’s cross in the 21st minute of the second half, but the shot went wide of the goal and missed the opportunity to score. However, 13 minutes later, Son Heung-min, who caught Kane’s cross in front of the goal, calmly pushed the ball into the goal with his right foot without making any mistakes this time.
Acting head coach Mason said, “It’s a matter of mental strength. Top players do what they have to do, ignoring previous mistakes.” Son Heung-min continued to run. He believed that the ball would come to him. It seemed,” he said.메이저놀이터
“We always have to come together. No matter what happens on the pitch, we have to come together and fight for each other if we want to be a team,” he said. “That’s the most important thing in football. Probably the most important thing.”