Former Argentina national team winger Erik Lamela, who was considered Son Heung-min’s position rival when he joined Tottenham in August 2015, recalled memories.
Reminiscing about the great goal he scored at Tottenham nine years ago, he expressed his longing and wished for Tottenham’s victory. 먹튀검증사이트
Tottenham will play a home game against Fulham in the 9th round of the Premier League at 4 am on the 24th.
Lamela posted a video on her social media on the 23rd. This is the goal he scored in a match against Asteras Tripolis (Greece) in the 2014/15 UEFA Europa League group stage held at White Hart Lane, his home stadium at the time, on October 23, 2014, exactly 9 years ago.
On this day, Lamela scored multiple goals and led Tottenham to a 5-1 victory. In particular, one of the goals he scored was the so-called ‘Ravona shot’, which was a shot from the right side of the right foot by twisting the left foot while supporting the body with the right foot.
Normally, it would be easier to shoot with the right foot, but in order to score, he deceives the opponent and suddenly shoots with the left foot. As one of Lamela’s talents, he succeeded in this rabona kick in the North London derby against Arsenal on March 14, 2021, and won the Puskas Award, given by FIFA to the person who scored the best goal in a soccer game of the year. rode until
Memories from 9 years ago arose when people cheered for the trademark rabona kick. In addition, he seems to have remembered the eight seasons he spent at Tottenham. Lamela moved to Tottenham from AS Roma in Italy in the 2013 season and moved to Sevilla in Spain at the end of the 2020/21 season, when he received the Puskas Award.
Lamela can be said to be the first competitor Son Heung-min met after coming to Tottenham.
Son Heung-min also struggled in the 2015/16 season, his first season at Tottenham, as he was from Argentina like Pochettino, the manager of Tottenham at the time. Lamela scored 5 goals in 34 games, and Son Heung-min scored 4 goals in 28 games. Son Heung-min was not a full starter, coming on as a substitute 15 times in his first season.
However, in the 2016/17 season, Son Heung-min exploded with 14 goals in 34 Premier League games, including winning the Premier League Player of the Month award twice, and the competition increasingly tilted towards Son Heung-min. Lamela went to Sevilla after frequent injuries. Lamela was once criticized by Korean fans for making an individual breakthrough without passing to Son Heung-min.
Lamela visited Korea with the Sevilla team during the Tottenham-Sevilla match held at Suwon World Cup Stadium last summer and had a one-on-one match with Son Heung-min.