Son Heung-min scored as many as three goals in the fourth round of the PL away match against Burnley on the 2nd, leading Tottenham to three consecutive wins. With a hat trick against Burnley, Son Heung-min scored his 197th career goal in Europe and is on the verge of a career record of 200 goals. As Son Heung-min is scoring two goals and three assists in five games against Sheffield, attention is being paid to whether he will show off his firepower again.
Son Heung-min, who scored 106 PL goals in his career, is tied for 30th in PL history with Darren Bent (106 goals), surpassing Didier Drogba (104 goals) and Cristiano Ronaldo (103 goals). If Son Heung-min adds one goal, he will be on par with Paul Scholes (107 goals), and if he scores two goals, he will be tied with Peter Crouch (108 goals), who played for Tottenham in the past. In addition, Son Heung-min, who made his Bundesliga debut with Hamburg in the 10-11 season, scored 197 goals in Europe. Will Son Heung-min, who is playing his 14th season on the European stage, be able to get closer to the 200-goal milestone on the European stage with a score against Sheffield.
Tottenham, which has three wins and one draw in the league this season, will try to win four consecutive games. They had a 2-2 draw with Brentford in the opening game, but later beat Manchester United, Bournemouth and Burnley one after another. The defense, joined by Mickey van der Pen, is showing stability by allowing only four runs in four league games, while transfer student James Madison is leading the team’s attack with Son Heung-min by scoring two goals and two assists in four league games. However, attention is being paid to which player Angel Postecoglou will place in the striker position. Hicharlissong scored one goal in the League Cup but is struggling with poor performance in the league, while Son Heung-min played as a striker against Burnley and scored a hat trick.
Meanwhile, Sheffield, an away team that has not been able to use its strength since being promoted to the PL, is aiming for its first league victory. As he has scored four points and seven runs in four games of the season, he desperately needs support for the offense’s firepower. Sheffield’s front-line strikers are expected to be Oliver McBurney and Cameron Archer again following the last game. Can the two players, who collaborated on scoring through good links against Everton, also shake Tottenham’s net.