Alan Hutton has raved about Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min on BBC Sport after watching him in action against Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal in the North London derby on Thursday evening.
The former Tottenham player and BBC Sport pundit has said that Son is “unplayable” at times for Tottenham.
The South Korea international forward scored once for Tottenham in their 3-0 win against Arsenal in the North London derby.
Son now has 21 goals in the Premier League this season, just one fewer than Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah.
The 29-year-old, who is one of the best attacking players around, could end up as the top scorer in the Premier League this season.
Alan Hutton on Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min
Hutton said about Son on BBC Sport: “Son Heung-min at times is unplayable and he is now adding the goal numbers. He is up there with the likes of Kane and Salah.
“He ticks every box and I like seeing that little bit of fire he has got and he is desperate to get in front of them [in the Golden Boot chase].”
In our opinion, Son Heung-min is a classy operator and is a key figure at Tottenham.
The South Korean always plays with a smile on his face and plays consistently well.
Over the years, Son has established himself as an important source of goals for Tottenham.
That Son has more Premier League goals than Harry Kane this season shows his quality.
We think that Tottenham are a much better team with Son in it.
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