‘Captain’ Son Heung-min (30, Tottenham), who led Korea to advance to the round of 16 in 12 years at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, joined his team without major injuries and prepared for the second half. do.
Football London, a British media, reported on the 14th (Korean time), “Tottenham coach Antonio Conte is happy that Son Heung-min, who underwent surgery for an orbital fracture, returned to team training without major injuries.”
The media said, “Son Heung-min started all of Korea’s games at the World Cup in Qatar despite a major injury and played a big role. He took the lead in advancing to the round of 16.”
Early last month, Son Heung-min, who suffered a fracture around his left eye after crashing his face into an opponent’s shoulder during his team’s UEFA Champions League (UCL) group stage match, underwent surgery to recover. There was a lot of concern because the World Cup was only about three weeks away, but Son Heung-min wore a face shield and fought hard to participate in the World Cup. 메이저사이트
Not only that, he played a devoted play by starting in all games and running back and forth, and in the third group match against Portugal, he assisted Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton)’s winning goal in extra time in the second half, playing a decisive role in advancing to the round of 16. In particular, even in a situation where his facial bones were attached like threads, he showed a fighting spirit that was undeterred by heading.
Son Heung-min left for London, England via Incheon International Airport on the 13th after the Qatar World Cup, and is expected to be able to join Tottenham’s team training on the 14th.
In Tottenham, Son Heung-min, Pierre-Emile Hoivier (Denmark), and Ben Davies (Wales) also joined the team training after the World Cup in Qatar.
Tottenham will start the second half of the schedule with an away match in the 17th round of the English Professional Football Premier League (EPL) against Brentford at 9:30 pm on the 26th. Tottenham currently ranks 4th in the regular league (9 wins, 2 draws, 4 losses, 29 points).