Son Heung-min praised the passing skills of his new teammate James Madison this season. In an interview with Tottenham’s ‘Spurs Play’, “Madison passes at the right time. Not too late, not too early. The ball came at just the right moment. It was very easy to finish. I have never had a chance like this in the penalty box. “Once you do that, you can almost always score a goal,” he said.
Son Heung-min and Harry Kane shared the offensive duties for Tottenham until last season. Kane was in the lead and Son Heung-min was on the side, combining their attacks.
Both players had strong offensive and passing skills. They combined for 55 goals, which established a Premier League record.
Kane departed for Bayern Munich in the past summer. Madison, on the other hand, was from Leicester City.
Madison is a different type of player than Kane. Kane is a frontline striker, and Madison is a playmaker in the midfield.
Madison’s greatest strength is creative passing and active movement in the midfield. Naturally, Son Heung-min’s playing position and playing style also changed.
In the match against Arsenal held on the 24th (Korean time), the two players showed a remarkable combination. On this day, Son Heung-min started as a front-line striker and Madison started as a second-line striker.
The final score of the match was 2-2. Madison and Son Heung-min both scored one goal for Tottenham.
Son Heung-min finished off the first goal after eluding three defender checks on the left flank after Maddison skillfully removed one Arsenal defender and passed.
The following goal was also a result of the two players’ cooperation. Madison sprinted off with the ball after stealing it from Jorginho and gave it to Son Heung-min. Son Heung-min continuously made baskets while shooting.
After the game, Son Heung-min gave credit to Madison. “Madison did it. He stole the ball, carried it, and even passed it,” he said, 먹튀검증토토사이트 referring to Madison, who laid the foundation for him.
‘ESPN’ evaluated, “Son Heung-min and Madison are a dangerous duo. They are the most destructive attacking combination in the Premier League.”