Son must step up to become World Cup great, says South Korea

Son must step up to become World Cup great, says South Korea

Postby chanoudom » 2018-05-27 11:17

Son must step up to become World Cup great, says South Korea coach Shin

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sbo bz sbobet Son has emerged as a leading light of Asian football since moving to Tottenham from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015, becoming an integral part of Mauricio Pochettino’s exciting and dynamic team over the last three seasons. The 25-year-old scored 12 times in 27 starts for Spurs in the past season as the north London club finished third in the Premier League, however Son has yet to make a similar impact for his country.

And Shin believes the former Hamburg SV winger has become a victim of his own success. “He’s done well with Tottenham and he’s one our best attacking options,” Shin told Reuters. “He enhances our team totally with his attacking ability. “Honestly speaking, when he plays for Tottenham, Son Heung-min has great attacking partners like Harry Kane and Dele Alli and there’s a synergy between them when they play. sbo bz sbobet

“In our team, Son’s partners are maybe at a little bit of a lower level and that makes it a little bit harder for him to show his ability when he plays for the national team.” Son is the main attraction of a Korean side that will travel to the World Cup hoping to secure a place in the knockout phase of the competition for only the third time in the country’s history.

The Koreans have appeared at every World Cup since 1986 and reached the semi-finals on home soil in 2002, the first time the country had progressed beyond the group phase. They qualified for the last 16 in 2010, losing against Uruguay to a late Luis Suarez goal, before being eliminated in the group phase in Brazil four years ago. Sights are being set once more on securing a place in the second round in Russia. sbo bz sbobet
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