Ian Wright makes prediction for Heung-min Son and Richarlison this season

Given how proficient Son Heung-min is when given opportunities, thinks playing him in the middle is the best option for Tottenham Hotspur.

Son has scored six goals in four Premier League games since switching to the central striker position.

Spurs supporters won’t be shocked by the South Korean’s skill as a number nine because he has already stepped up to score goals while Harry Kane has been injured, most notably during Tottenham’s journey to the Champions League final in 2019.

In order for the 31-year-old to win the Golden Boot in 2020–21, Ange Postecoglou will be hoping that the Spurs captain can have a season that is just as productive as the one he had two years ago.

Son scores a lot of goals and Richarlison plays on the left

As he did against Liverpool, the Australian, according to Wright, should continue to play Ricahrlison on the left and Son through the middle.

“I think Son playing down the middle is brilliant for them because Richarlison can easily do that,” the Arsenal legend told Premier League Productions on February 10th, 2:20 p.m.

“So, regarding being within the box. We are aware that his dribbling and pace are missed. But I believe he will score a lot of goals this season for a low-touch striker who finishes so clinically.

Son is the kind of player who can make a difference in the closing third of the game without being heavily involved in the game. Ange would want him as close to the objective as possible because his chance-conversion rate has always been among the greatest in the world.


Report: Latest Tottenham-Liverpool update had some fans panicking about a replay

Some Tottenham fans believed Jurgen Klopp had gotten his desire of a rematch after the most recent update regarding their Women’s Super League matchup against Liverpool.

After a misunderstanding between VAR and the on-field referee resulted in Luis Diaz’s goal being disallowed for offside, Klopp shockingly suggested on Wednesday that repeating the match between Spurs and Liverpool would be the fairest decision (Guardian).

Despite Liverpool’s efforts to escalate the incident, Klopp has drawn a lot of criticism for his statement (Mirror), and numerous sources have made it apparent that the Premier League will not even contemplate repeating the game (Football Insider).

Tottenham vs Liverpool will not be replayed

However, when a message from the club’s app said on Thursday: “Our home league clash with Liverpool has been rescheduled,” several Spurs supporters feared the worst.

According to The Daily Mail, this prompted some Tottenham fans to believe that the match would truly be replayed. One fan tweeted, “I fell off my chair,” while others wrote, “Heart was in my mouth” and “that gave me a mild heart attack.”

The notice, however, actually linked to a revised date for the Women’s Super League matchup between the same two clubs, with the Spurs vs. Liverpool WSL game at Leyton Orient’s Brisbane Road scheduled to begin at 12.30 pm on November 12.

There is no question that when the Tottenham administrators issued the notification, they knew exactly what they were doing. Although it appears that they almost gave some Spurs fans a heart attack in the process, in a way it is a good way to tease Klopp and Liverpool.

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