Son Heung-Min will be able to play FIFA World Cup 2022
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In the match against Marseille of the Uefa Champions League, Tottenham Hotspurs star Son Heung-Min went off the pitch due to injury. In the 29th minute of the first half, the Korean striker suffered a terrible blow to the head, which immediately caused the English club's medical staff to worry.
Son, in an evident state of confusion after the violent blow, was unable to stay on the pitch and was therefore replaced. In place of him Bissouma. Conte's team has in fact already had to give up due to injury to Kulusevski and Richarlison and will therefore have to bet everything on Kane and Lucas Moura.
Considered by many experts and fans to be the best Asian footballer of all time, Son is a left winger, a natural right winger but very skilled at kicking with both feet, also able to act as a right winger or second striker.
Player endowed with impressive speed with the ball and chain, he combines excellent individual technique, lightning-fast shots and vision of the game with a great mastery in dribbling and quick movements, which allow him to easily jump the direct opponent in one against one.
A specialist in long-range shots, he prefers to attack the depth starting from the left, in order to converge towards the center and attempt the conclusion with the right. He has always stood out on the pitch for his fairness and sportsmanship.
Now Son will manage to play the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The South Korean player had fractured near his left eye, forcing him to undergo surgery after his Tottenham win in the UEFA Champions League. On Instagram Son wrote: "Hello everyone.
Just wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for the messages of support I have received in the last week. I have read so many and really appreciate you all, in a difficult time I have received a lot of strength To you!
Playing the World Cup for your country is the dream of many children and mine was too. I would not miss the appointment for anything in the world and I can't wait to represent our beautiful country. See you soon!"