Yes...you read that correctly! Son Heung-Min is the go-to guy for North London outfit Tottenham Hotspurs, after proving last weekend he is the man at the heart of everything good for the Lilywhites. The South Korean international had a hand in both goals as Tottenham Hotspurs snapped a three-match losing streak in the Premier League to beat fellow campaigners Aston Villa 2-1 at the Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur traveled to St James Park stadium today and the boys did really well as the game ended in a 2-3 victory. Something happened while the game was going on in the first half, one of the Newcastle fans needed a medical attention and the fans were shouting so that the referee should call one of the medical staffs, though the referee focused on the game and he didn't notice what is going on, because the incident didn't happen on the pitch.
MUN 0-5 LIV:Why Solskjaer's post-match comments last night are enough reason for Man Utd to sack him
Liverpool thrashed Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday to keep pace with Chelsea and Manchester City and pile huge pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. It was the second biggest defeat Manchester United have suffered under Solskjaer, which is sure to raise questions over his future. After the match, Solskjaer came to the media and compared the result with his side's 6-1 loss to Tottenham last season.
Tottenham Hotspur returned to winning ways in the Premier League today as they fought hard to defeat Aston Villa 2-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Pierre-Emile Hoejbjerg got the fixture up and running after he scored the opener to give Spurs an early 1-0 lead in 27th minute. Heung-Min Son provided the assist.
There is currently a lot of pressure on Manchester United board to sack Ole Gunner Solskjaer, but he is still getting some support from the fans of their cross-town rivals. The reason for this support is because in almost two weeks time, Manchester United and Manchester City would be playing against each other and they are worried that before November 7, Manchester United would have another coach that is capable of using the talented players that the club currently has in their squad.
It's no secret that some of the players who have received the most red cards in Premier League record are also among their clubs' most popular players. These players are recognized for their bold tackling, box-to-box midfield play, or aggressive attacking, and they give it their best for their team on the pitch.
Harry Kane scored his first Premier League goal of the season as Spurs beat Newcastle 1-0 on a day when the Magpies were expecting to mark the start of a new era under their Saudi Arabian owners. Kane, Heung-min Son, and Tanguy Ndombele were all on target as Spurs came back to take all three points after Callum Wilson's second-minute opening.
The Champions League is the sport's most prestigious and largest tournament. Players aspire to raise the gorgeous trophy with their individual teams, and there are a number of teams from all around Europe vying for the title. In the Champions League, many legends have played and made history by scoring hat-tricks.
Newcastle United's new era begins on the pitch at St James' Park on Sunday afternoon, as the Magpies welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Tyneside in the Premier League. The hosts lost 2-1 to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the final game of the Mike Ashley era, while Spurs claimed a confidence-boosting 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
It's always surprising when talented football players begin to perform in contrast to what they are known for. With that being said, it is 'a story as old as time' because it has been happening throughout the history of football. So far this season, there have been certain star players in Europe's top leagues that have failed to live up to expectations.
Photo Credit: Getty Images Newcastle United has been taken over by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, and as a result of the ripple effect, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur may be the most hit. I definitely believe that if the two North London teams do not pull up their socks in the next few seasons, they will suffer a very terrible fate.
Harry Kane's struggle, so far this season have been a major cause of alarm, amongst Spurs fan, the decline in his form couldn't have been imagined. While some may blame it on his inability to make that move to Manchester City, during the summer transfer window, it actually might be something entirely different.
Many football fans will be unsurprised to learn that the sides at the top of this list are the most successful in Premier League history. Since its start in 1992, the Premier League has grown into a global sensation, and while honours have been shared throughout its nearly three-decade history, there are a few clubs that have continued to win, win, and win some more.
Arsenal appear to have been able to turn a corner recently as Mikel Arteta appears to have finally found some of the jigsaw pieces he needed in order to complete the puzzle that had been presented in front of him. Do not get us wrong, it is clear that there are still a number of pieces missing from the box that means this puzzle can not be completed, but perhaps he will be able to find those pieces at Christmas when he can start looking to buy them from other clubs.
No doubt about Mikel Arteta changing the disastrous start of Arsenal in the last four games. We are starting to see good football from the Gunners' end. They have been more solid and stable at the backline, we have to credit the Coach for doing a good job there.
The EPL is already seven games down with Chelsea leading the table with 14 points. Although, Liverpool vs Man City are yet to play today, in what seems to be the biggest game of the week. Arsenal has given their fans mixed feelings so far this season.
Newcastle's Premier League clash with Tottenham was halted in the first half with immediate effect as the players on the pitch flagged down a medical incident in the crowd. In the 40th minute as Tottenham were preparing to take a corner, a number of Spurs players appeared to approach referee Andre Mariner and point towards the stand on the far side.
Nigerian international striker Umar Sadiq has emerged as a transfer target for English Premier League club, Tottenham following his brilliant performances for Almeria in the Spanish Segunda Division. The prolific striker has been a target of some of the biggest clubs in Europe after an impressive debut campaign in the second-tier of Spain’s league.
Tottenham's greatest league performance since their opening-game victory over Manchester City ended a run of three consecutive league defeats with a win over a tenacious Aston Villa. Spurs overcame a shaky start to produce a display that was far from perfect but did show a more defensive organization and attacking edge than the previous three losses.
On the eve of Tottenham's Premier League trip to Newcastle, two players tested positive for Covid-19. The anonymous players practiced with the club on Thursday before the positive findings were confirmed, but will be unavailable for the match on Sunday afternoon. They will be retested on Saturday as per regular protocol, with no other players apparently coming into close touch with them.