Pochettino praises Son, ‘unconcerned’ over Kane

Erik Lamela came into the Tottenham side for the injured Ryan Mason, who scored the victor in last weekend’s victory over Sunderland, while Damien Delaney replaced the sidelined Scott Dann for Crystal Palace.


That’s what he did against Crystal Palace to ensure Pochettino’s men avoided another Europa League hangover.

Kyle Walker has covered 2.07kms of ground high speed sprinting in the Premier League this season; more than any other player.

I think you can see Son Heung-min is happy here and the influence he has on the game“, Lloris said.

The South Korea global cost a reported £22m when he arrived from Bayer Leverkusen towards the end of the transfer window and has bagged three goals in three games so far, all of them leading to Spurs victories.

Subsequently, Pardew laid some of the blame at the feet of his forwards, though he was quick to credit Hugo Lloris with a top performance for the hosts.

“Son is a player that we followed for a long time”.

“We pick the players that we believe that if for win the games and to do good”. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say! “I had a lot, a big dish”.

In Sunday’s London derby, Son’s strike came in the 68th minute after Tottenham rapidly broke down the left flank.

Yesterday, he bagged the victor at White Hart Lane to fire Spurs to a first home league win of the season. “He always has a lot of movement, he has great skills”.

“He has good skills and will help the team to go forward”.

His objective and confidence had provided Tottenham’s biggest threat, at least until the introduction of substitute Christian Eriksen, though the manager will likely be concerned at Harry Kane’s latest struggles to score. If we’d got one last week against Manchester City we’d have been very pleased and we were a minute away from achieving it.

King said: “I did not know too much about him before he joined but I have been very impressed”.


“I don’t want to take the ambition out of the team”.

Son fires Spurs past Palace	
Cian O'Callaghan, 20 September 2015