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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

The contribution of Son Heung-min in the last 12 games has been overshadowed


10 goals and 4 assists in the last 12 games

Son Heung-min arrived in his homeland, accompanied by Ben Davies, Kevin Wimmer and Kyle Walker and there were hundreds of people waiting to greet them at the Incheon International Airport in Seoul.

The four Spurs players are there for 2 days ahead of joining up with the rest of the squad who also received a huge welcome as they arrived in Hong Kong. The crowd waved flags, took photos and even sang a rendition of 'Oh when the Spurs go marching in."

Picture from Spurs Official Instagram account

The four were on a promotional trip to meet AIA staff and customers, naturally part of the shirt sponsorship deal we have with them. 24-year-old (25 in July) South Korean Son Heung-min scored 21 goals this season (14 goals, 9 assists in the Premier League), the most ever by an Asian player, and had a further 10 assists.

He scored 7 goals and had a further 3 assists in the last 10 Premier League games. In our last 12 games in all competitions (2 FA Cup ties), he scored 10 goals and had 4 assists, quite a contribution and one that is almost forgotten given Harry Kane banging in 7 goals in 2 games to claim thePremier League Golden Boot.

Tottenham HotspurVerified account @SpursOfficial 49 minutes ago
Sonny, @kylewalker2, @Ben_Davies33 and @kevinwimmer27 meet with AIA staff and customers on their first day in Seoul... 🇰🇷
 

Over in Hong Kong Dele Alli and Harry Kane were in demand for autographs and photos with fans.

Picture from Spurs Official Instagram account


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  1. There's more to come from Sonny...first touch, movement off the ball is getting better all the time.
    Maybe some extra composure in front of goal is needed and better defensive work but, hey, somebody once said that attack is the best form of defense...

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