Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min (29) was named in the best 11 of the English Premier League (EPL) for the 2021-22 season. EPSN referred to Heung-Min Son as the left winger and evaluated him as “a player with the best finishing ability in the world.”
ESPN announced on the 31st (Korean time) the best 11 of the first half of the 2021-22 season.
Heung-Min Son was selected as the best left-wing striker in the first half, beating out Sadio Mane (Liverpool) and Jack Grealish (Manchester City).
ESPN ultimately favored Son Heung-min, saying, “The left wing position is debatable compared to Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) being the best winger on the right.”
The media said, “Manet has found the best form again. Man City’s Grealish also created a lot of opportunities in the league even though he only played 978 minutes.” emphasized.
ESPN gave a thumbs up, saying, “Heung-Min Son is one of the most accurate finishers in the world.
Son Heung-min led Tottenham’s attack in the 2021-22 season by scoring 8 goals and 2 assists in the league despite teammate Harry Kane’s poor scoring ability.
The media selected Joao Cancelou (Man City), Virgil Van Dyke, Trent Alexander Arnold (Liverpool) and Thiago Silva (Chelsea) as four backs in the ‘Best 11’. Rodri (Man City) as the defensive midfielder, Bernardo Silva (Man City) and Conor Gallagher (Crystal Palace) were named as second-line midfielders.
Heung-min Son and Salah were selected as left and right flank strikers, and Diogo Jota (Liverpool) was selected as the forward striker. The goalkeeper was Jose Sa (Wolverhampton).
With 15 goals and 9 assists in the first half, Salah stood tall as ESPN’s best player in the first half of the EPL.
In addition, West Ham United manager David Moyes was named the best manager in the Premier League in the first half. West Ham are in fifth place in the Premier League and are threatening the top teams in the first half.
(Seoul = News 1)