Tottenham striker Son Heung-min has surpassed legendary striker Teddy Sheringham to become the second most Premier League player in Tottenham history.
Tottenham won 2-0 in the home game against West Ham in the 24th round of the Premier League in the 2022/23 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 20th (Korean time).
Son Heung-min started from the game bench that day and was excluded from the league for the first time in the second half, but after being substituted in the 23rd minute of the second half, he proved why he had to be named in the starting lineup in 4 minutes.
In the 27th minute of the second half, Harry Kane’s pass was connected with a neat right-footed shot, giving the team an additional goal, and Tottenham won comfortably thanks to Son Heung-min’s additional goal.
Son Heung-min’s goal this time is the 5th goal in the league and the 98th goal scored in the Premier League for Tottenham.
Son Heung-min, who was ranked second in Tottenham’s all-time Premier League scoring with 97 goals before the game, rose to second place alone. It also left only two goals behind his 100th Premier League goal.
The only player ahead of Son Heung-min with the most Premier League goals in Tottenham history is Kane, who scored his 200th슬롯사이트 Premier League goal against Manchester City on the 6th. Kane is also the club’s all-time leading scorer with 267 goals in Tottenham’s career in all competitions.
Since joining Tottenham in 2015, Son Heung-min has become one of the best goalscorers in Tottenham’s history based on his consistent scoring and performance in the league.
He has scored in double digits every season, except for four goals this season and his debut season in 2015/16. In his last season, he scored 23 goals, becoming the first Asian player to become the Premier League’s top scorer.
On the other hand, Son Heung-min is climbing the rankings in Tottenham’s all-time scoring record. Son Heung-min, who has scored 140 goals in a Tottenham white uniform, is 7th all-time. He is only 3 goals behind Jermaine Defoe, who is 6th with 143 goals.