The rankings reveal that Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham) is in good health.
British media 90MIN revealed the top 25 left wingers in the world on the 13th (Korean time). The media has recently selected and ranked the 25 best players by position.
In the left winger category, Son Heung-min ranked 6th. The media said, “Son Heung-min had his worst season just one season after winning the English Premier League (EPL) Golden Boot,” but added, “Son Heung-min has been a world-class player at Tottenham for almost five years. “Son Heung-min may not excel at some aspects of traditional wing play, but he has developed into one of the most lethal inside forwards in the world.”메이저사이트
He added: “There is no goal that cannot be scored with both feet and his partnership with Harry Kane has helped Son Heung-min reach the top. He added, “Son Heung-min led Tottenham through difficult times, and poor performance should not lower his dignity.”
Son Heung-min was ranked 5th in the world’s left winger category by previous media outlets. He is one step lower than last time. Son Heung-min, who suffered through hardships in the 2022-23 season, has regained his pace this season and is leading Tottenham’s cruise. In particular, he showed off his hot feet by scoring a hat trick against Burnley on the last 2 days.
Above all, it is noteworthy that two Korean players were selected in this ‘TOP 25’ series selected by the media. Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich) also ranked 6th in the center back category selected by the media. He is ranked the same as Son Heung-min, which shows how great their status is in Europe.
There are only five above Son Heung-min. Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) took first place, followed by Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Rafael Leao (AC Milan), and Hvicha Kvarachelia (Naples) in the top five. included in
Behind Son Heung-min, Jack Grealish (Manchester City), Neymar (Al Hilal), Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal), and Luis Dias (Liverpool) were in the top 10. From 11th to 15th, Sadio Mane (Al Nasr), Raheem Sterling (Chelsea), Mattia Zacani (Lazio), Kingsley Coman (Munich), and Diogo Jota (Liverpool) were named in order.