Son Heung-min wins Tottenham’s September ‘Goal of the Month’

Tottenham exploded for 11 goals in the month of September, but the best goal of the month was Son Heung-min’s first equalizer in a North London derby.

The club announced on its official social media accounts on Tuesday that Son’s 1-1 draw away to Arsenal has been selected as the ‘Goal of the Month‘ for September 2023. It received a 45% approval rating.

Son scored the equalizer in the 42nd minute with Tottenham trailing 0-1 in their rivalry match against Arsenal in the sixth round of the 2023/24 English Premier League at the Emirates Stadium in London, England, on Sept. 25. Freshman Brennan Johnson’s shot from the left side of the penalty area was saved by home goalkeeper David Raya, but left back Destiny Udoji collected the rebound and played it to James Maddison near the left goal line.

Maddison then played a cut-back pass through the defense near the goal line that Son, who was on a lightning run, deflected with his right foot into the Arsenal net. Son roared in celebration in front of the 60,000-strong Arsenal crowd, performing the “shhhh” gesture. It was a sign that unlike last season, Tottenham were not going to go down easily to Arsenal.

This goal was voted Goal of the Month by Tottenham fans.

Spurs came back from 1-2 down in the second half, but Son scored another goal to end the derby match 2-2 away from home.

In fact, Tottenham’s Goal of the Month for the past month was booked by Son Heung-min. The Spurs offense exploded for 11 goals in four games, with six of them coming from Son. He started with a hat-trick against Burnley on September 2, followed 카지노 by a multi-goal performance against Arsenal and an early goal at home against Liverpool on September 30.

Spurs picked up three wins and a draw in four games in September, including a 1-0 away win at Luton Town on Oct. 7, which helped them climb to the top of the Premier League’s mid-table.

Heung-min Son, who is currently warming up in Lake Klinsmann for his national team call-up, will play Tunisia on Sept. 13 and Vietnam on Sept. 17 before returning to England to begin the midseason race in earnest.

Fulham and Crystal Palace are two of the easier fixtures.

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