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Watch: ‘What a guy’ – Fans left in awe of Heung-min Son following his heartwarming gesture outside the stadium

Heung-min Son is known as one of the most humble and down-to-earth players in football, and he once again demonstrated this with a brilliant gesture toward the fans outside the stadium.

As he left the training ground, he was asked by a fan to record a video message for someone.

He obliged and recorded the birthday message before bowing down to thank the supporters and waved them goodbye before eventually leaving.

Everything about his body language screamed out humbleness. What a guy!

Watch the video below:


‘He’s surprised me’: Gary Neville says £25m Tottenham player has been simply ‘brilliant’ lately

Pundit Gary Neville has hailed Tottenham Hotspur ace Dejan Kulusevski following his performance against Nottingham Forest on Friday.

At the City Ground on Friday night, Tottenham Hotspur defeated Nottingham Forest 2-0 to record another victory.

With his header of Dejan Kulusevski’s cross, Richarlison started the score, making it three goals in two contests.

Following the interval, Kulusevski changed his role from goalkeeper to striker, sending a right-footed goal past Forest goalkeeper Matt Turner.

Following five games without a victory, Tottenham has now won two in a row, suggesting that they are back on track under new manager Ange Postecoglou.

Gary Neville hails Tottenham Hotspur’s Dejan Kulusevski

Kulusevski was the star of the show for Tottenham; he was amazing.

The Swede played more of a number 10 position this time around after shining in that capacity against Newcastle United the previous weekend.

We saw that with his goal involvements—that role appears to give Kulusevski the flexibility to appear here, there, and everywhere.

Richarlison’s head was found by Kulusevski, who cut back on his left foot from a right-sided stance.

Following Turner’s mistake, Kulusevski scored twice down the right side, putting Forest out of the game.

Although we are familiar with Kulusevski as a right-sided winger, he is also impressing Gary Neville as a number ten.

Neville told Sky Sports that Kulusevski’s assist for Richarlison was a truly ‘world-class’ moment, believing it changed the course of the game.

Neville added that Kulusevski has been ‘brilliant’ of late and has been ‘really surprised’ to see him shine in the number 10 role.

Players who can genuinely grasp the number 10 role are “very rare,” according to the former Manchester United defender, and he thinks Kulusevski could be headed there.

Neville believes that if Kulusevski continues to perform well at number 10, he may potentially grow into a £100 million player for Tottenham.

“This is a really significant moment in the game; at this point, Forest was leading the game and Spurs were at their lowest point, and he creates a moment of world-class quality,” Neville remarked. “Those kinds of things just completely alter the trajectory of a football game.”

“He has excelled. He has truly astonished me, and I have enjoyed seeing him in the position of number 10. In my opinion, players

that play in that role and take it on the back foot and accept it on the back foot, the attacking midfield players, the number 10’s, any player of that ilk, they’re very rare.”

“What we’re seeing in the last few weeks is him play that role and become one of the rare players. We see a lot of players on that right-hand side take it down the line, cut back and whip it in with the left foot – that is not unusual.”

“The one that he played through for Son, that is some ability and it takes him up to a different level. You’re talking about going from being a player who might be a £50million player on the right-hand side to being something that, if he can get going in that number 10 position, could be really special and you’re then pushing to an £80million to £100million player,” he added.

Kulusevski was just signed by Tottenham for £25 million this summer, but Neville thinks he may triple his worth in the upcoming months and years.

Given that James Maddison is expected to return in January, it is uncertain how long Kulusevski will remain in this capacity.

However, it’s important to remember that Kulusevski was dubbed the “new Kevin De Bruyne” in 2020 due to his eye-catching ability to breach defenses.

Even if Kulusevski still has a ways to go before he can play at De Bruyne’s level, Tottenham may have struck gold with the Swede’s development as an attacking midfielder.

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