Heung-min Son Makes History with Screamer for Tottenham, Joins Premier League 100 Club – Tottenham’s Heung-min Son made history on April 4th, 2021, as he became the 31st player to score 100 goals in the Premier League. Son achieved this milestone with a stunning long-range strike against Aston Villa that helped secure a vital win for Spurs in their push for European qualification.
Son has been a consistent performer for Tottenham since he arrived at the club in 2015. His pace, skill, and eye for goal have made him a fan favorite, and he has been a key player for Spurs during their recent successes.
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The South Korean forward’s journey to the Premier League 100 club has been a remarkable one. He scored his first goal for Spurs in a Europa League match against FK Qarabag in September 2015 and has since gone on to score some memorable goals, including a stunning solo effort against Burnley in December 2019 that was named the Premier League Goal of the Season.
Son’s achievement is all the more impressive given the fact that he has played fewer games than many of the other players in the Premier League 100 club. He has reached the milestone in just 253 appearances, making him the third-fastest player to do so behind only Alan Shearer and Harry Kane.
The 28-year-old has been a model of consistency for Tottenham this season, scoring 15 goals in all competitions and providing 10 assists. His performances have been a key factor in Tottenham’s push for a top-four finish, and he will be hoping to continue his impressive form in the final weeks of the season.
Son’s achievement is a testament to his skill, dedication, and hard work. He is a player who always gives his all for the team and has become one of the Premier League’s most exciting and entertaining players to watch. Tottenham fans will be hoping that he can continue to make history and help lead the club to further success in the years to come.