Son Heung-min was named the player of the month in September, announced by the English Premier League secretariat on the 13th.
Son Heung-min scored six goals in four Premier League matches in September. He scored a hat-trick against Burnley and scored two goals against North London rivals Arsenal. He also showed off his overwhelming goal-getting ability by adding one goal against Liverpool, the last game in September.
After eight rounds, Son Heung-min is second in scoring with six goals of six. He is competing with Erling Holan (Manchester City, eight goals).
The team also has good results. Tottenham is at the top of the list with 20 points, with six wins and two draws in an early unbeaten run. Although they have the same points and differences as Arsenal, they are in the lead in multiple points. Thanks to this, Tottenham manager Enje Postecoglou was also named Coach of the Month in September. Both the player of the month and the manager went to Tottenham.
Son Heung-min won the Premier League’s Player of the Month Award for the fourth time in his career. Son first won the award in September 2016, April 2017, and October 2020. It added a record in about two years and 11 months. 슬롯머신
Only 16 players have won the Premier League’s overall Player of the Month award four times or more. Now Harry Kane, who plays in the German Bundesliga, and retired Sergio Aguero are ranked first with seven innings, while Steven Gerrard and Cristiano Ronaldo are tied for third with six. Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney are tied for fifth with five times.
Son Heung-min has won four awards side by side with leading players such as Dennis Berkamp, Thierry Henry, Frank Lampard, Paul Scholes and Alan Shearer. Among active players, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) have the same number of awards.
Son Heung-min can be on par with Rooney and Van Persie if he wins the award once more. In other words, just by hearing the name, the word “legend” naturally comes out in the ranks of players.