North London is focusing on Son Heung-min’s availability.

“The A-match break could be crucial for manager Enze Postecoglou and his players. They gave it their all in the win over Luton Town and could have climbed to the top of the Premier League (PL) table, but they could slip back down again. What we need to do before the next game is to give the players who are coming back from the A-League a rest,” the report said. He went on to give an injury update on the Tottenham squad.

The biggest concern is Son Heung-min. Even before he was called up to the South Korean national team by Jürgen Klinsmann, he was playing with injuries. He was rested on the bench against Tunisia on Nov. 13, and he’s not expected to play against Vietnam on Nov. 17.

The media said, “Son Heung-min was not 100 percent before the Luton game. After being left out of the Tunisia game, he is expected to play against Vietnam, but his role could be reduced as it is a friendly.” The loss of captain Son is a major blow to Tottenham, and it’s causing a lot of nervousness.

Ahead of the October A match, Football London reported that “manager Enze Postecoglou’s wish is to rest Heung-min Son and James Maddison. Both players have been instrumental in our great start, but there have been injury concerns over the last few weeks and Postecoglou has been managing their fitness. “I want all my players to play for the national team, but Son and Madison will only play limited minutes,” said Postecoglou.토토사이트

Eight rounds into the Premier League (PL). Tottenham have changed immeasurably. With Son and Maddison at the center of their attack, the Spurs have taken England by storm. It’s the kind of attacking soccer that was unimaginable under Antonio Conte, Nuno Santu, and Jose Mourinho. Tottenham remained unbeaten against Manchester United (2-0 win), Arsenal (2-2 draw), and Liverpool (2-1 win). Compared to last season, this is literally a leap forward.

At the center of it all are Son Heung-min and Madsen. Son was nominated for September Player of the Month after scoring six goals in eight games, including three against Burnley in Round 4, two against Arsenal in Round 6, and one against Liverpool in Round 7. Maddison, who was the August Player of the Month, showed his sharpness with two goals and three assists in eight games, including a goal against Brentford in round one (two assists), a goal against Bournemouth in round three (one assist), a goal against Burnley in round four (one assist), a goal against Arsenal in round six (two assists), and a goal against Luton Town in round eight (one assist).

Tottenham have leapfrogged to the top of the league thanks to the duo. Any injury to the irreplaceable Son and Maddison would be devastating for Spurs. Son is expected to return to Tottenham after serving in the Vietnam War and then crossing the Eurasian continent.

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