Son Heung-min (29), who has established itself as the flagship striker of Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League, directly answered fans’ questions.
Son Heung-min gave a candid remark about his recent achievements in a non-face-to-face interview released through JTBC on the 12th.
In the interview that day, Son Heung-min and actor Park Seo-jun, who are best friends, acted as questioners. Son Heung-min replied with video in England. This will be released on Spurs TV, the official channel of Tottenham.
Son Heung-min is making a big success this season, scoring 100 goals in Tottenham’s career and 150 goals in Europe stage. Son Heung-min, who is writing records one by one, said, “It’s always an honor to set a record while doing what I like.” He said, “In fact, the record is breaking,” he added. “There is also a wish that a young Korean player can break (my record) quickly.”
Son Heung-min is attracting attention by posing like taking a picture with both hands whenever he scored this season.
Regarding the so-called’Click Ceremony’, Son Heung-min smiled and said, “I started making it in the sense that I want to capture and save the scene while living my life.” “I don’t know if the response is good.”
Son Heung-min, who emerged as the best striker in the EPL this season, calmly expressed pride in his performance.
He emphasized the meaning of’Son Heung-min John’, who frequently scored goals, as “a bloody effort.”
Son Heung-min said, “Because I wasn’t good at shooting there from the beginning, it seems like it’s just an effort without anything else. I trained a lot there, and when I am in that position, I am most confident.”
Son Heung-min did not lose humility when compared to former coach Cha Bum-geun, a Korean football legend, and Park Ji-seong.
When he asked his thoughts on the so-called’cha, park, son Daejeon’, which is the best among former coach Cha Bum-geun and Park Ji-sung, he said, “Whether I scored 100 goals, 200 goals, or 300 goals, the achievements of coach Bum-geun Cha and his brother Ji-seong have been It is impossible to achieve.”
Son Heung-min said, “It is still a vivid scene when I was 17 years old in Hamburg (Germany) when I first received a first-team call-up to train,” he said. “When you reach a certain goal, anyone will become lazy. That’s why I didn’t set my personal goals, and I just want to continue.”
(Seoul = News 1)
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