Date: 28th December 2018 at 1:26pm
Written by:
HEUNG-MIN SON heat map 2018/19 season

Sonny-boy typically plays for 90 minutes in average across all competitions, reflecting his frequent subbing towards the end of matches.

The South Korean’s average passing accuracy rate is decent enough at 85%.

Killer ball against Everton

Spurs’ crossing prowess is a miserable 22%, however Son’s accuracy is superior at 26.1%.

His dribbling successes also stand at a notable 66.4%.

In the opposition’s half this season, Son recovered the ball 58.9% of time.

Son scores against Arsenal

One of Son’s greatest assets has to be his cool head in front of goal. This corker against Arsenal truly shows the class of the lad.

Against Everton recently, Son had 4 shots on goal, 3 were on target, on was blocked and 2 went in.

Another vital element of Sonny’s game is his pace.

The 26 year old only needs a fleeting glimpse of pathway forward and he takes the ball upfield at speed.

The worst of his bumbling seems to be mostly behind him, and we’ve got another player on the books who is Champions League standard.

Poch, Revolucion mug

Leave a Reply

5 Comment threads
3 Thread replies
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
6 Comment authors
JonathanHarry HotspureddieAussie in Switzerlanddilly Recent comment authors

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Wolves will give us a game,however they are made for us.Teams that sit everyone behind the ball are the ones we have trouble against.
Last time we raced into a 3-0 lead and self destructed to hang on for a very nervy 3-2 victory.We’re much better now and that won’t happen again.I think we will win by three goals.

Aussie in Switzerland
Aussie in Switzerland

I will say it….. We’re gonna beat Wolves by 4


It is said “there is money to spend in the forthcoming transfer window” and their sources tell them “there are funds available for the right player”.
(Daily Telegraph)


Probably valued in the £50m – £60m bracken IMO, better than Lamela Son is indispensable.




Levy’s stab at the Asian market. Turns out the bloke can kick a ball rather well also. Not that it matters a jot.