Son Heung-min’s goal makes Conte dance. Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte applauded Son Heung-min for scoring after nine games.

Tottenham won 4-0 at Crystal Palace in Round 19 of the Premier League in the 2022/23 season held at Selhurst Park Stadium in London, England on the 5th (Korean time).

Harry Kane scored the opening goal at the start of the second half, and Kane added an extra goal in the 8th minute to bring the mood. Then, in the 22nd minute of the second half, Matt Doherty scored the third goal after receiving a pass from Son Heung-min, putting a wedge in the game.

In the 27th minute of the second half, Son Heung-min received Kane’s penetrating pass and shook the net to end the game.

Tottenham, who added 3 points, finished 5th in the league (10 wins, 3 draws, 5 losses, 33 points), chasing 4th place Manchester United by 2 points.

Son Heung-min, who had been scoreless in 8 league games since the match against Leicester City in September last year, restarted the scorer in the ninth game. 토토사이트

Son Heung-min, who had not scored in 14 league games except for Leicester before this game, threw a face mask at the goal after a long time and expressed his strong emotions to the point of roaring.

Coach Conte, who has recently been on the cutting board due to stiff player selection, tactics, and inappropriately timed interviews, also smiled brightly when Son Heung-min scored a goal. After the match, Conte approached Son Heung-min with a big smile and encouraged him with a warm hug.

In the interview after the match, he was delighted with Son Heung-min’s goal. Conte said, “Both strikers scored. Kane scored two goals, and Son Heung-min finally scored, so I’m happy.”

Regarding the content of the game, he said, “Palace is a well-organized and good team. It is not easy to win at Palace away. I thought we played well, so I ordered the game to continue after the first half. In the second half, we had a chance to score and finished with a good result. did,” he said.

Tottenham are facing two consecutive matches against local rivals Arsenal and second-placed Manchester City.

“Now we have to keep improving. It’s great to play with so many young players today. They will help us a lot in every competition,” Conte said. I look forward to playing as a full-fledged team,” he said.