Heung-Min Son (손흥민)

20 Shots
9 Goals
12 Shots on targets
4 Goals with left foot
4 Goals with right foot
1 Headed goal

His shooting accuracy is amazing.

Also, all of his goals are field goals.

vs.

Salah = 4 out of 8 goals are field goals. 44% shooting accuracy with 34 shots
Vardy = 3 out of 8 goals are field goals. 75% shooting accuracy with 16 shots
Dominic Calvert-Lewin = 8 out of 8 goals are field goals. 54% shooting accuracy with 26 shots

needs to work on his heading FFS :sneaky:
 

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Against all odds
20 Shots
9 Goals
12 Shots on targets
4 Goals with left foot
4 Goals with right foot
1 Headed goal

His shooting accuracy is amazing.

Also, all of his goals are field goals.

vs.

Salah = 4 out of 8 goals are field goals. 44% shooting accuracy with 34 shots
Vardy = 3 out of 8 goals are field goals. 75% shooting accuracy with 16 shots
Dominic Calvert-Lewin = 8 out of 8 goals are field goals. 54% shooting accuracy with 26 shots

I saw somewhere that Spurs winning percentage is more than 90 percent when Son scores? That's sounds high. That has to be a fake news right?
 
He targeted João Cancelo.

Aurier tried two or three balls in the first half behind Cancelo, for Sonny to run the channel. Kane and others found good in that area too. And of course, Sonny's goal was a run in behind their back four, coming from the right

I'd also like to praise Sonny's defensive contribution yesterday (alongside Kane and others, of course). Gave everything to the team without the ball, was intelligent to make interceptions and was not a risk defending inside our box. And again, since Cancelo is right footed, Sonny didn't have to defend really wide. He did it a couple of tines, but in the rest of the game his defensive duties actually suited him.
Great analysis, spot on.
 

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I saw somewhere that Spurs winning percentage is more than 90 percent when Son scores? That's sounds high. That has to be a fake news right?

Well we've only lost 4 games in which Son has scored.

3 of them came in the Champions League (Juventus, Man City, Bayern)
1 of them came in the Premier League (Southampton)
 
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I think it surprised all of us. By logic, you expect Walker to adjust to our strategy but nothing happened. That early goal was sooooo crucial.
I don't claim to be an expert on Guardiola-ball, but it did always seem to me that his teams are rarely reactive, if ever. It seems to me he always has one game-plan, Plan A, and because everywhere he has managed has been able to assemble whatever squad he wants to execute it, they've hardly ever needed a Plan B. In that regard I can easily imagine Walker just plodding on with the plan, despite being exposed so early.

Maybe the issue at the moment for Pep is that he hasn't managed to upgrade his squad to stay ahead of the pack this time.
 
I don't claim to be an expert on Guardiola-ball, but it did always seem to me that his teams are rarely reactive, if ever. It seems to me he always has one game-plan, Plan A, and because everywhere he has managed has been able to assemble whatever squad he wants to execute it, they've hardly ever needed a Plan B. In that regard I can easily imagine Walker just plodding on with the plan, despite being exposed so early.

Maybe the issue at the moment for Pep is that he hasn't managed to upgrade his squad to stay ahead of the pack this time.
Pep plays one style and one style only, he’s never played any other styles throughout his career.
 
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