“Son Heung-min avoided a chance to score a heading goal!”…Tottenham senior’s absurd criticism of ‘blunt’ and even claims that ‘Kane would not have missed it’! Rebutting against ‘unfair criticism’

Tottenham suffered a 1-2 reversal defeat against Aston Villa in the 13th round of the 2023-24 English Premier League (EPL) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, on the 26th.

Tottenham took the lead in the 22nd minute of the first half when Giovanni Lo Celso scored the first goal, but they lost two goals to Aston Villa. They allowed Pau Torres in the extra time of the first half and Ollie Watkins in the 16th minute of the second half.

Tottenham had many good opportunities, but they had to hit the ground offside. In particular, ace Son Heung-min scored three goals in the 44th minute of the first half, 14th minute of the second half, and 40th minute of the second half, but all of them were ruled offside. It was a disappointing scene.

Tottenham collapsed by 1-2. Tottenham, which was unbeaten in the 10th round (8 wins, 2 draws), lost its third straight game. It lost to Chelsea 1-4 in the 11th round and to Wolverhampton 1-2 in the 12th round.

Tottenham, which fell to fourth place in the league after losing two straight games, lost its fourth place to Aston Villa. Tottenham fell to fifth place. 안전놀이터

As this situation unfolded, Tottenham senior criticized Son Heung-min for absurd reasons. It was midfielder Jermaine Jenners, who played for Tottenham from 2005 to 2013. England’s “Tbrfootball” reported that “Jenners strongly criticized Son Heung-min for trying to head Brian Hill’s cross but missing it.”

In fact, Jenners found fault with the game through Match of the Day 2. “Son Heung-min avoided the cross after judging that Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez would hit Hill’s cross,” he said.

“Son Heung-min couldn’t put his head on the ball. At first, it looked like Hill had a long ball, but he handled it much better. And he should have done that to Son,” he added.

Then, he mentioned the name of Harry Kane, who left for Bayern Munich. “Many people miss Kane. Kane would not have missed that moment,” Jenners said.

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