James Maddison looks up to Son Heung-min

James Maddison, 27, looks up to Son Heung-min, 31, of Tottenham Hotspur, as he rehabilitates from injury.

“He’s one of the best strikers I’ve ever seen,” Maddison said in an interview with Amazon Prime Video Sports on Friday.

Maddison joined Spurs from Leicester City in the summer transfer window. He signed a contract until 2028.

The total transfer fee was reportedly £40 million ($66.3 billion), according to European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano.

An attacking midfielder, Maddison brings creativity to Spurs’ lackluster attack. In particular, he has been a “special assistant” to Son Heung-min, who has moved to the front line.

After scoring 10 goals and providing nine assists in 30 English Premier League (EPL) games for Leicester City in the 2022-2023 season, he has blossomed since joining Spurs. 먹튀검증 He has three goals and five assists in 11 EPL games for Spurs this season.

However, he suffered an ankle injury against Chelsea on July 7 and is now out of action for an extended period of time. He is devoting all his time to rehabilitation.

Prior to his injury

Maddison had formed a fantastic partnership with Son Heung-min, most notably in the home match against Fulham on October 24, when the South Korean recorded his first assist of the season. Tottenham went on to win 2-0. Heung-min also scored a goal.

After the game, the two players celebrated the goal with a “darting ceremony,” which brought a lot of laughs to the fans.

After the game, Madison said, “Sonny (Son’s nickname) is a player I’ve watched and loved for years. It’s so much fun to play with him now. I don’t often say this, but he’s world class,” she said, adding, “We love to play in tandem. We’re working hard in training and we’re starting to understand each other’s movements,” she said, showing off her love for Son Heung-min.

The same day, 바카라사이트 Maddison continued to show his love for Son in an interview with Amazon Prime Video Sports.

“I need more time (to recover from the injury),” he said of his current condition, adding that he is “getting good treatment.”

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