Son played through an ankle injury since April
Spurs’ Korean attacker said he was on painkillers for the past six weeks of the season. Son Heung-Min has always been sort of a streaky player at Tottenham Hotspur. While he has improved significantly since he first arrived at the club and has shown immense purple periods of production — take the period between December and mid-January in which he tallied six goals and four assists in nine league matches — Son went from the first of April to the end of the season without scoring.
That cycle has furthered suggestions that he’s a hot-and-cold player, but in this particular case it looks like there was a reason. According to Dan Kilpatrick writing in the Evening Standard, Sonny spent the last six weeks of the season on painkillers, playi...
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