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Mourinho snatched Son Heung-min’s words to praise Kane

Son Heung-min was in an interview after making Premier League poker, when suddenly coach Jose Mourinho stepped in and said Harry Kane was the best player.

Son was interviewed by the BBC after a 5-2 win in the second round of the Premier League at Southampton’s field. This match, the Korean striker scored four goals and was voted “Best Player”. All of those goals were created by Harry Kane. He is also the remaining author of Tottenham’s desk.

While Son was listening to the question, Jose Mourinho suddenly dropped his head and said “Best player of the match, Harry Kane”.

“I would say Harry is the best player in the match, because he scored one goal and four assists,” replied the 1992-born striker. “We have been playing together for a long time. This is the sixth season. We understand each other, want to maintain a good relationship both on and off the pitch. I think we are always working to improve our relationship. We may not be the perfect striker, even to make it better now, but both he and I are aiming for a perfect relationship.

According to Opta statistics, this is the first time in the history of the Premier League, a player to assist a teammate to score four goals in a match.

Kane is the first English player to create four goals in a single game, and is the sixth to do so in the Premier League. He was also the first player to imprint on five goals in a single game since Mohamed Salah, who scored four and assisted one in Liverpool’s 5-0 defeat of Watford in the Premier League in March 2018.

Meanwhile, Son’s first three goals make him the fourth player in Premier League hat-trick history with just one assistant. The four goals that Kane created for Son to score against Southampton also helped the duo have 24 combined goals since 2015. They have thus become the best attacking pair in the Premier League at the same time.

Son personally became the 28th player in history to ever score four goals in a Premier League match. Just six cases have twice made poker, including Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Frank Lampard, Yakubu Ayegbeni and Serrgio Aguero.

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Portugal won strongly despite Ronaldo’s absence

The Portuguese team beat Sweden 3-0 on October 14, when Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to play due to Covid-19 infection.

Coach Fernando Santos chose Diogo Jota, a player in Liverpool, to play for Ronaldo. And it was the right choice when Jota shone: scoring two goals and assisting the other.

Portugal opened the scoring in the 21st minute, when Bruno Fernandes launched an attack on the Swedish penalty area. Jota did not want to finish, but passed Bernardo Silva to beat goalkeeper Robin Olsen.

Sweden is not too bad either. The team is ranked 18th on the FIFA rankings and has organized many attacks, including the situation where Marcus Berg finished hitting the column. However, the visitors could not change the match in favor of defending champions Euro.

In the 44th minute, Jota decided the match for Portugal with a double goal. Liverpool club striker successfully controlled Joao Cancelo’s pass, then defeated Olsen.

Portugal continues to dominate after halftime. They quickly secured a 3-0 victory with a beautiful goal. Jota took the ball and eliminated three Swedish players, then sank to complete a double individually.

In the first leg of this match, Portugal also won 2-0 at Sweden, thanks to Ronaldo’s double. Through four matches in the A3 Nations League group, Portugal are having three wins and one draw, topping the table. In addition to twice defeating Sweden, the champions Euro won Croatia 4-1 and drew France 0-0.

When the group returns in November, Portugal will play three games, including the friendly match against Andorra on 12/11, and the last two matches of the Nations League group stage, against France on November 15, and then as a guest of Croatia. three days later.


Portugal (4-3-3): Patricio – Cancelo, Pepe, Dias, Guerreiro – Carvalho (Moutinho 80 ‘), Silva (Andre Silva 75’), Pereira – Jota (Rafa Silva 88 ‘), Felix (Daniel Podence 75 ‘), Fernanes (Sanches 88’).

Sweden (4-4-2): Olsen – Lustig (Johansson 54 ‘), Olsson, Ekdal, Calesson – Berg (Olsson 88 ‘), Quaison (Isak 62′ ), Jansson, Lindelof, Bengtsson – Kulusevski (Larsson 88’),.

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Top 10 most successful Asian players in the Bundesliga

Top 10 most successful Asian players in the Bundesliga with the participation of Son Heung Min, Shinji Kagawa, Makoto Hasebe or the legendary Cha Bum Kun.

Cha Bum Kun (South Korea)

  • 1978-1989
  • Clubs: SV Darmstadt 98, Eintracht Frankfurt, Bayer Leverkusen
  • Appearances: 308
  • Goals: 98
  • Trophies won: UEFA Cup (1979-80, 1987-88), German National Cup (1980-81)
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Mehdi Mahdavikia (Iran)

  • 1998-2010
  • Club: VfL Bochum, Hamburger SV, Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Number of appearances: 253
  • Goals: 29
  • Trophies won: Best Footballer in Asia (2003), Hamburger SV Team of the Century

Yasuhiko Okudera (Japan)

  • 1977-1986
  • Club: FC Köln, Werder Bremen
  • Number of appearances: 234
  • Goals: 26
  • Trophies won: Bundesliga (1977-78), German Cup (1977-78)

Ashkan Dejagah (Iran)

  • 2004-2012, 2017
  • Club: Hertha BSC, VfL Wolfsburg
  • Appearances: 158
  • Goals: 19
  • Trophies won: Bundesliga (2008-09)

Makoto Hasebe (Japan)

  • 2008-present
  • Clubs: VfL Wolfsburg, FC Nürnberg, Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Number of appearances: 304
  • Goals: 7
  • Trophies won: Bundesliga (2008-09), German Cup (2017-18), Asia Player of the Year (2018)

Koo Ja Cheol (South Korea)

  • 2011-2019
  • Club: VfL Wolfsburg, FC Augsburg, Mainz 05
  • Number of appearances: 211
  • Goals: 28

Vahid Hashemian (Iran)

  • 1999-2008
  • Clubs: Hamburger SV, VfL Bochum, Bayern Munich, Hannover 96
  • Number of appearances: 208
  • Goals: 38
  • Trophies won: Bundesliga (2004-05), German Cup (2004-05), DFB Ligapokal (2004)

Shinji Kagawa (Japan)

  • 2010-2012, 2014-2018
  • Club: Borussia Dortmund
  • Appearances: 148
  • Goals: 41
  • Trophies won: Bundesliga (2010-11, 2011-12), German Cup (2011-12, 2016-17), Bundesliga Team of the Week (2015-16)

Son Heung Min (Korea)

  • 2010-2015
  • Clubs: Hamburger SV, Bayer Leverkusen
  • Number of appearances: 135
  • Goals: 41
  • Trophies won: Hamburger SV’s all-time best XI in the Bundesliga

Ali Daei (Iran)

  • 1997-2002
  • Club: Arminia Bielefeld, Bayern Munich, Hertha BSC
  • Number of appearances: 107
  • Goals: 19
  • Titles: Bundesliga (1998-99), DFB Ligapokal (1998-99), Asia Player of the Year (1999)
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UAE fired coach Van Marwijk, Indonesia coach’s unknown future after SEA Games

Coach Bert van Marwijk was dismissed by the UAE on December 4, after a string of poor performances in the World Cup and 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

The UAE was eliminated from the group stage in the Gulf Cup on December 2, after losing to Qatar 2-4. They won only one match in the tournament, against Yemen. The remaining UAE defeat took place before Iraq with a score of 0-2.

The UAE also did not achieve high results in the second round of the 2022 World Cup in Asia. They are fourth in Group G, with six points, albeit one game less than the other teams. UAE is five points behind Vietnam’s peak.

Coach Van Marwijk took office in March 2019, with a three-year contract. Less than nine months, he had to leave. In 2017, the UAE also had to fire coach Edgardo Bauza when he was working for only four months.

The UAE has appointed many famous coaches outside Van Marwijk and Bauza, such as Rou Hodgson, Dick Advocaat or Alberto Zaccheroni. Van Marwijk was once expected with great achievements in the 2010 World Cup final with the Netherlands.

Indonesia coach’s unknown future after SEA Games

After losing Vietnam in the final of the SEA Games, coach Indra Sjafri has not been renewed by the Indonesian Football Federation (PSSI).

Sjafri’s contract with PSSI is still valid until the end of December 2019. He was appointed coach U22 Indonesia a year ago with the most important task being SEA Games. Sjafri’s army defeated Thailand in the group stage, then reached the final and received silver HC when losing to Vietnam 0-3.

Sjafri did not hide his ambition to lead the Indonesian team, after PSSI fired coach Simon Mcmenemy in November 2019. Luis Milla and Shin Tae-yong are the two candidates reviewed by PSSI. They are more inclined to coach Shin, but the Korean captain at the 2018 World Cup wants to lead the Shenzhen club, China.

Coach Sjafri has led many Indonesian team levels such as U16, U19 and U22. At club level, he has only guided Bali United for two seasons. Sjafri has a License Pro certificate issued by Asian Football Federation (AFC).