In the Premier League on Saturday, Tottenham Hotspur lost to Wolverhampton Wanderers, a disappointing defeat. After their humiliating FA Cup defeat to Sheffield United, the players would have been expected to step up and produce a strong response in this match. The Londoners, on the other hand, gave a subpar performance and lost the game.
The Londoners were innocuous in the assault and neglected to track down the rear of the net regardless of making various possibilities in the primary half. Son Heung-Min, a South Korean international, has yet to perform at his best this season, and he appeared nervous in front of the goal. The 30-year-old had a great chance to score when he brilliantly got past two players, but he only managed a very average finish. In the context of his caliber, it was an abysmal performance.
However, the goal would have been counted if the offside flag had been raised. Kris Boyd, a pundit for Sky Sports, believes that Son Heung-Min was trying to be too bright and should be doing better with opportunities like that. Since joining the team, Son Heung-Min has been one of the best players at Tottenham Hotspur, but this year has not gone as planned for him.
The 30-year-old has only scored five goals in 24 league games, so it’s unclear if he can get back to his best in the coming weeks. Son Heung-Min goes through one-on-one but overthinks it and blows it. His performance should have been much better than it was. Moreover, the recent results have yet to get Tottenham’s way, with the club having an on-and-off day on the pitch. However, the club still competes for the Champions League places as the battle intensifies with games coming thick and fast.