English Premier League Tottenham Son Heung-min once again showed off his friendship with Harry Kane.
Son Heung-min recently had an interview with the British Daily Mail. He says this is the second year since he did five years ago. In this interview, Son Heung-min said that he was not a soccer star five years ago or now, but that he was “a lucky man to play with Harry Kane.”
It is said that Son Heung-min’s ‘hope for Kane’ has not changed. The reporter asked a leading question, “Isn’t it different now?”, but he firmly said, “No.”
Son Heung-min said, “That is still true. I still consider myself lucky to be back with Harry (Kane). I play not because I want to be famous, but because I love football.”
He also didn’t forget to ask his fans. Heung-Min Son said, “Fans, I hope you all love Harry,” and “even 10 years from now, while Harry is breaking온라인바카라, all these records, it will be special to play with him. I don’t know how helpful I was to him, but he hopes to be helpful,” he said humbly.
He also introduced an anecdote from the last World Cup in Qatar. England lost 1-2 in the quarter final against France. At that time, there was a moment when it could be a tie. However, because of Kane’s missed penalty, England knelt down to France.
Son Heung-min said, “I was in Korea when England lost. If there’s a last minute penalty to win a game, I’ll trust Harry and everyone will,” he said. “My teammates. I didn’t want anyone to grieve. I couldn’t see I couldn’t do it,” he recalled at the time.
However, after seeing the really incredible results, he said, Son Heung-min thought he should leave Kane alone. “I know I support him. We’ve had one of the best partnerships in years and it was so painful to watch.”
The rest of the pain was so painful that Son Heung-min said he couldn’t even send a text to Kane. Son Heung-min said, “It’s hard to express that feeling in words, but I couldn’t even text. He confided, “I didn’t know what to say to him.”
Son Heung-min and Kane hold the record for the most joint goals in EPL history. He scored a total of 44 goals, including three goals this season.