Tottenham’s Son Heung-min scored his second consecutive goal against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday
South Korean national soccer team captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) will attempt to score a goal for the second consecutive game when he hosts Sheffield United on Saturday (Nov. 16).
Tottenham will host Sheffield United in the fifth round of the 2023-2024 English Professional Soccer Premier League on Saturday at 11 p.m. at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.
Son scored a three-goal hat-trick in a single game against Burnley in the fourth round on March 3.
He has since been recalled to the national team for matches against Wales on Aug. 8 and Saudi Arabia on Aug. 13, and is poised to return to his club and continue his goal-scoring streak.
Sheffield, who were promoted to the Premier League after finishing second in the second tier last season, are in the bottom half of the table this season with one draw and three losses.
Coming off a three-goal blitz against bottom-of-the-table Burnley, 17th-ranked Sheffield Wednesday could be a good place for Son to start his ‘goal hunt’.
Cho Kyu-sung (Mitwillan), who scored a header in a friendly against Saudi Arabia on Nov. 13 to give Jürgen Klinsmann (GER) his first win as national team coach, will look to continue his recent form against Viborg on Nov. 16.
He recorded his first assist since joining the Danish league against Aarhus on Nov. 4, just before the international break.
Min-Jae Kim (Bayern Munich), who plays in the Bundesliga, hosts Leverkusen on Saturday, who have also won their opening three games in a row.
Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton) will face Liverpool on Saturday, and fans will be excited to see how he fares against the Reds, as he has been a strong force for them in the past.
Hwang scored a goal and an assist against Liverpool in the 2019-2020 UEFA Champions League group stage while playing for Salzburg in Austria, and scored against the Reds in the English FA Cup last season.
He also had a number of impressive moments against the Reds last season, including an own goal in a league match.
Paris Saint-Germain’s Lee, who missed the A-League squad in September due to injury, could return to action on Saturday against Nice.
The timetable for Lee’s return from injury and whether he will be included in the Hangzhou Asian Games squad is expected to be revealed by Asian Games head coach Hwang Sun-hong in an interview on Thursday.
Hwang In-bum, who moved to Zvezda in Serbia, is set to make his debut for his new team against Chukaritsky on Saturday.
In the German Bundesliga, Lee Jae-sung’s Mainz hosts Jung Woo-young’s Stuttgart on Saturday, but the South Korean will be absent due to his participation in the Asian Games.
The match between Norwich City and Stoke City in the English second division could see Hwang Eui-jo (Norwich City) and Bae Jun-ho 먹튀검증토토사이트 (Stoke City) on the sidelines.