Son Heung-Min: We're not happy we didn't get three points

"We played quite well, we had the chances to score but we weren't clinical enough"

by Sead Dedovic
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Son Heung-Min: We're not happy we didn't get three points

Tottenham managed to equalize against Manchester United even though they were losing 0:2 in the first half. Ryan Mason obviously did good things at halftime, showed the players where they were wrong, and in the second half, we saw a completely new Tottenham.

After the match, Heung Min Son talked about his impressions of everything. The Korean is particularly disappointed with the first half, considering that the 0:2 result was not a true measure of the teams' strength. "I thought we didn't deserve to be 2-0 down in the first half," Son told BT Sport, as quoted by manchestereveningnews.co.uk "We played quite well, we had the chances to score but we weren't clinical enough.

I think in the second half we showed great character, but we're not happy we didn't get three points."

Son on his team

Son emphasized that his team was doing everything they could to get a positive result. It cannot be said that this result is bad for Tottenham, considering that Manchester United is an excellent team this season.

However, it seems that they could have done more. After they equalized, they had to put more pressure. "The final decision-making wasn't perfect. We didn't want to let the fans down, we wanted to give everything and that was the dressing room speech.

We couldn't let the game go. We were really angry about it, we didn't deserve to be 2-0 down at half-time. I think the lads showed really good character. Football is all about the fans. The last week was unacceptable and we didn't want to repeat that.

We feel really, really sorry for the performance and result [at Newcastle]." Tottenham's players showed character and if they play like this every game, they can hope for good. "Today we wanted to bring a good energy. With them, we really appreciated their support. They were fighting with us."

Son Heung-min
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