“They should be scared of us than even their UCL opponents because we are…….” Tottenham Hotspur Captain Son Heung-min has issued a SERIOUS STATEMENT to Arsenal ahead of their clash this coming Sunday as he tells Mikel Arteta the ONE player they should be afraid of who is more dangerous than Hary Kane.
We are so much more than their UCL opponents that they ought to be terrified of us. Son Heung-min, the captain of Tottenham Hotspur, has warned Arsenal in a serious statement ahead of their matchup on Sunday, identifying Mikel Arteta as the one player they should fear more than Hary Kane.
According to Son Heung-min, Arsenal will not be looking forward to playing Tottenham Hotspur in the North London Derby.
Prior to Sunday’s important encounter at the Emirates Stadium, the Spurs captain spoke to The Times.
Under new manager Ange Postecoglou, Tottenham has had a successful start to the season.
Spurs have won four of their first five games and are currently second in the Premier League table.
Arsenal shares the same record, having only suffered a home loss to Fulham before to the break.
Mikel Arteta’s team completely dominated both derbies last season, triumphing both the Emirates and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Son Heung-min, on the other hand, thinks Tottenham will present their old opponents with a very different challenge this time around.
Son asserts something about Arsenal
According to Son, Arsenal will not want to play Spurs this year.
“[Arsenal] won’t want to face us at this time,” he asserted. Everyone is chasing after and defending one another.
“Everyone is happy to give a hand off to someone if they fall off,” We are a really powerful team as a result.
With Postecoglou joining the team this season, there is little doubt that the Spurs will give the team with a special challenge.
Last season, Spurs played admirably defensively in both matches, allowing Arteta’s squad to completely control the ball.
Tottenham’s approach has drastically changed this year, and they are unlikely to change it on Sunday.
Postecoglou faces a tremendous job in trying to return Spurs to the top of the table considering how far along Arsenal’s project is under Arteta.
But the tenure of the former Celtic manager has been off to a fantastic start, and Tottenham’s performance on Sunday should be a fair barometer of where they stand.