Kane, who formed an impressive link-up with Son Heung-min at Tottenham, has come under fire for not mentioning the South Korean as one of the best strikers in the world. 아톰카지노 도메인
Kane shared his thoughts on the best strikers in the world with ESPN UK on Monday (Nov. 21). While Kane talked about the best players in the world in a number of different areas, he didn’t name Son Heung-min, even though he mentioned eight players.
Kane named Cavani (Uruguay) as the striker with the best movement in the world and Ronaldo (Portugal) for speed. He rated Crouch (England) as the best header and said he was the most decisive, while Mbappe (France) was the best dribbler, Rooney (England) the best link-up player, Drogba (Ivory Coast) the strongest, and Bellingham (England) the most active.
Kane has played alongside Son for seven seasons at Tottenham since 2015. Together, they have 47 goals in the Premier League, the most in the history of the Premier League. Kane has assisted Son on 24 occasions, and Son has assisted Kane on 23 occasions, so the two have a great chemistry in the Premier League. However, Kane did not mention Son once in the eight questions about the best player in the world, raising questions.
British Tottenham fansite SpursWeb noted that ‘Kane was expected to name Son in at least one of the questions, but he didn’t,’ but also noted that ‘Son was not a striker when Kane played for Tottenham, so he could have left him out of his answer,’ and that ‘objectively, Son can be rated as the best player in one or two categories. His speed and work rate make him the obvious choice. Kane may have made a mistake,” he added.
Son has captained Tottenham this season, playing as a frontline striker. He has scored eight goals in the Premier League this season and has been in scoring form since the start of the season. Kane has also been on fire in Germany since joining Bayern Munich, scoring 17 goals in 11 Bundesliga games this season to lead the league in scoring.