Heung-Min Son is the answer

mawspurs

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In Spurs’ last six games in all competitions, the Korean has started five and scored four.

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Which player is responsible for 5k Korean tourists turning up to Spurs to take selfies for 90 minutes?
I love the Korean fans, the ones I've been sat near always make a good noise, unlike the some of the other season ticket holders I sit by every other week.

A couple of weeks ago they were even complaining there was no atmosphere, despite making no noise themselves
 

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Of course Son should be starting. He runs at players and he does actually beat them. No stupid flicks, just direct. Defenders hate being run at.
 

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Of course Son should be starting. He runs at players and he does actually beat them. No stupid flicks, just direct. Defenders hate being run at.
Completely agree, although at least Dele tries these things. If we don't have players willing to take a risk we'll never break down those packed defenses, especially as Davies and Trippier can't bomb up the wing like Rose and Walker (not a dig at either of those players, they just offer different things). On a separate note, I've noticed in recent games that Trippier will be in a strong, advanced position, but Erikssen seems reluctant to pass to him
 

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Don't understand the stick Dele is getting. I feel like it's just a media narrative. Not at his very best in recent weeks, but not are Eriksen or Kane.
 

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Don't understand the stick Dele is getting. I feel like it's just a media narrative. Not at his very best in recent weeks, but not are Eriksen or Kane.
Its all part of the media campaign to break up our squad. They've tried it with Kane and it hasn't worked as he has consistently said he is happy at Tottenham, so they've moved on to Alli as he is younger and an easier target.