From sluggishness to leading competition… Son Heung-min, part 2 Preston and fire a signal flare?

Will Son Heung-min (Tottenham) be able to smile again? It is Son Heung-min who has to seek a turnaround against Preston North End (hereinafter referred to as Preston) in the second division in order to end the long slump.

Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League (EPL) will face Preston at 3 am on the 29th in the FA Cup round of 32 (4th round) in the 2022-23 season. Tottenham aim to advance to the FA Cup round of 16 for four consecutive seasons.

For domestic soccer fans, the point to watch this day’s game is whether Son Heung-min fires a flare.

Currently, it is difficult to find the aspect of Son Heung-min as the EPL top scorer (23 goals) last season. After an orbital fracture injury last year, the dominant evaluation is that his strengths, speed and aggressiveness, have declined.

It’s time to round the league halfway point, but Son Heung-min’s attack points this season are all 4 goals and 3 assists. Even if you add up the goals scored in the European Champions League (two goals), it falls far short of expectations. 스포츠토토

To make matters worse, a strong competitor appeared within the team. Tottenham recently signed Dutch winger Arnaud Danjuma on loan. Danjuma can play both in the center and on the side, and he can use both feet freely, so a considerable change is expected in Son Heung-min’s position.

For Son Heung-min, who is desperate for a change of atmosphere, Preston in the English Championship (Part 2) can be a ‘healing rain from drought’.

Preston is currently in the middle of the 24 teams in the championship, 11th (11 wins, 7 draws, 10 losses). The defense is not strong enough to concede 31 goals while scoring 26 goals this season. It is also the opponent Hwang Hee-chan of Wolverhampton met and won in the round of 32 of the Carabao Cup (League Cup) in August last year.

Meanwhile, Manchester United, which is in good spirits in the second half, will face Reading on the same day to advance to the FA Cup round of 16. Attention is focusing on whether Manchester United, which is on a six-game winning streak against Reading, will show off its overwhelming appearance again this time. The 22-23 FA Cup Round of 32 Manchester United vs. Reading kick-off at 5 am on the 29th.

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