Shocking bad reviews! SON 8th place + Mitoma 5th place. Top 10 wingers in EPL 2023-2024 season. ‘SON, risk of guaranteeing key players in Postecoglou’s system’
It’s a shock. It is said that it was evaluated based on last season’s performance, but I don’t understand.
Football media ‘101 GREAT GOALS’ selected and announced the top 10 best wingers in the English Premier League 2023-2024 on the 27th (Korea Standard Time).
Tottenham star Son Heung-min was included in the top 10. However, ranking is a problem. Son Heung-min remained in eighth place.
The media said, “Son Heung-min, who is considered the best left winger in the Premier League, has a reason to revive in the 2023-2024 season. Son Heung-min scored 10 goals and 7 assists last season, but his overall performance was not as good as the previous season. Influence has also declined sharply. “We can’t even be guaranteed a starting position under the Engie Postecoglou system,” he reported.
First of all, the fact itself is a little weird. Son Heung-min’s position in the Postecoglou system is solid for now. In the absence of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min is even mentioned as the next captain. In addition, it reflected too much of last season’s performance, which delayed hernia surgery and played. It is a very dangerous assessment. 안전놀이터
On the other hand, Japanese star Kaoru Mitoma was praised.
The media said, ‘Brighton did it. Brighton has recently been finding hidden gemstones several times, and Mitoma is a case in point. His technology and transition are powerful and threaten his opponent’s defense in the final third. His goal record will also increase further in the 2023-2024 season,’ he said.
This part is also an extended interpretation. It is true that Mitoma is a good winger. It is technically high in completion and has sharp dribbling and cross capabilities. However, Mitoma played only one season. It’s an unproven winger. In addition, the opponent, who has become accustomed to Mitoma’s style, is making a response by pressing him fiercely. This is why Mitoma’s performance fluctuated at the end of last season.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) topped the list, followed by Bukayo Saka (Arnal), Martinelli (Arnal) third, and Jack Grillish (Man City) fourth.