Son Heung-humble min’s response following two assists in Aston Villa’s win.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min had two assists in his team’s win over Aston Villa on Sunday.
Tottenham star Son Heung-min has responded modestly to his two assists in the north London club’s 2-1 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday. Spurs’ three-game Premier League losing streak came to an end with the win.
The hosts took a 1-0 lead at halftime when Son set up Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, but Villa equalized midway through the second half thanks to Ollie Watkins’ close-range strike.
Four minutes later, the South Korean attacker turned provider once more when Matt Targett placed his drove cross into his own net. Spurs were able to hold on for the crucial three points.
Son put on a fantastic show in front of his home crowd and caused Villa difficulties all afternoon.
Given his team’s previous troubles in front of goal, Nuno Espirito Santo could not have asked for a better performance from one of his top players.
Son, on the other hand, was ready to downplay his involvement after the game.
“I’ll strive to bring my best with good spirit to every game,” the athlete commented.
“I earned two assists, but the guys were brilliant – all I did was cross the ball and pass it.”
“Everyone has a lot of experience, and everyone wants to succeed and take ownership.”
“We must maintain this mentality. It’s not all about winning; it’s a long season, and we’re back to square one for the next game.
“This victory has given us a lot of positive energy, and we played in a different way today.”
“That was extremely important before the international break.” It feels great to win this game and get out of here.
“We attempted to play more, which is a change from a few weeks ago.” We played without fear, and even when we lost the ball, we had a good time.
“We didn’t want to lose the last three games, and our confidence dropped, but we can bounce back and get back on track.”
Tottenham had been in freefall prior to Sunday’s match, having enjoyed a poor run of form since the international break.
Spurs were top of the standings at the end of August, but have since plummeted to mid-table following losses to Crystal Palace, Chelsea, and Arsenal.
Nuno’s team has climbed back to seventh place, two points outside of the Champions League. “Brinkwire News Summary.”