Son Heung-min Receives Highest Rating Among Premier League Forwards, Excluding Erling Holland

Son Heung-min, the talented forward from Tottenham Hotspur, has earned the highest rating among Premier League strikers according to Sky Sports. This accolade is particularly impressive considering Son’s position as a left-wing player, rather than the traditional number 9 striker role. However, Son has consistently proven his abilities as a front line striker, most notably in the fourth round against Burnley where he scored a hat trick while filling in for the injured Richarlison. Even in the absence of star striker Harry Kane, Son has demonstrated remarkable clarity and effectiveness in leading the attack. With Richarlison’s current condition, it is highly likely that Son Heung-min will continue to excel in his role as the team’s primary goal scorer.

Sky Sports’ assessment of Premier League strikers places Son Heung-min in the top grade, alongside Ivan Toney from Brentford and Julian Alvarez from Manchester City. Toney, who scored an impressive 20 goals last season, faced disciplinary action for breaking betting rules. Alvarez, on the other hand, scored nine goals last season and has already found the net twice in the current campaign.

In the next grade down, we find Gabriel Jesus from Arsenal, Ollie Watkins from Aston Villa, and Alexander Isak from Newcastle United. Evan Ferguson from Brighton & Hove Albion, Darwin Núñez from Liverpool, and Nicolas Jackson from Chelsea, among others, were given a grade of C.

Meanwhile, Manchester United’s Rasmus Høirun received a grade of D in the rating, highlighting potential areas for improvement. Richarlison, the player whom Son Heung-min has temporarily replaced as the team’s main striker, received an E rating, indicating room for growth in his performance.

Overall, Son Heung-min’s exceptional performance as a striker has firmly established him as one of the Premier League’s finest forwards. His versatility and outstanding goal-scoring ability deserve recognition, and it will be exciting to see how he continues to thrive in this role for Tottenham Hotspur.

Heung-min’s son. Yonhap News Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) received the highest rating among Premier League forwards.

Britain’s Sky Sports released the score of the English Premier League’s front line strikers via social media on the 9th (Korea time). Sky Sports added the following stipulation: “No 9 (striker) except Erling Holland (Manchester City).”

Son Heung-min is a left wing striker. He is a winger, not the commonly known number 9. However, in the 4th round against Burnley, he started as a front row striker in place of Richarlison and scored a hat trick. This is not the first time. Even when Harry Kane was out through injury, he showed clarity as a front line striker. Given Richarlison’s current condition, it is very likely that Son Heung-min will remain in the lead.

Son Heung-min was ranked A among the front line attackers. This is the highest score without Holan.

Premier League’s top striker rating from Sky Sports. Sky Sports Twitter Along with Son Heung-min, Ivan Toney (Brentford) and Julian Alvarez (Manchester City) were placed in Grade A. Tony scored 20 goals last season, but was disciplined for breaking betting rules. Alvarez scored nine goals last season and two this season.

In grade B, Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa), and Alexander Isak (Newcastle United) were named, followed by Evan Ferguson (Brighton & Hove Albion), Darwin Núñez (Liverpool), and Nicolas Jackson (Chelsea) and others were graded C.

Manchester United transfer Rasmus Høirun gets a D rating, while Richarlison gets an E rating.

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