Son Heung-min trains a day ahead of Tunisia clash “I’m feeling better”

South Korea national soccer team captain Son Heung-min

Speaks during an official press conference at the National Training Center (NFC) in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, on

Wednesday afternoon. The Klinsmanns will play two exhibition matches against Tunisia on Oct. 13 and Vietnam on Oct. 17.

South Korea’s national soccer team ace and captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) returned to training a day ahead of the

Tunisia match, raising his chances of playing. Son Heung-min himself said, “I’m feeling better and better,” and predicted his appearance.

Son Heung-min attended the pre-match press conference at Paju NFC on the 12th as a representative of the Korean

national team and said, “The players had a good experience against England in September. “We’re happy to come to Korea

with the first win we expected,” he said, adding, “This A match is the last time we can prepare for the 2026 World Cup

qualifiers, which start in November. Regardless of the opponent, we will be focused and show our fans a winning streak.”

“In Tunisia, the process is important, but the result is the most important thing. We need to continue our winning streak

to set a good trend for the national team until the Asian Cup next January.” “The atmosphere is important for a young

national team, and a good atmosphere comes from results,” he added.

South Korea play their first match of October at 8 p.m. on Oct. 13 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, with Son Heung-min

unable to participate in training for the previous three days.

Son Heung-min and Chung Woo-young of the South Korean national soccer team.

After feeling discomfort in his medial thigh during a match for his club, Son Heung-min has been cycling and running since his first day with Paju NFC on Sept. 9.

A day before the match, Son said, “I know that many people are worried. I will participate in training today,” and “I plan t

o check my physical condition through training. My physical condition is improving.”

Prior to his call-up to the squad, Son was in fine form, scoring six goals in four league games in September. He is also

currently second in the English Premier League (EPL) in goals scored. Some believe he could win his second top scorer title.

“When I won the EPL top scorer title in 2021-22, I did my best and had the support of my teammates. When I think about

how I can help the team, the team gets what it deserves,” he said. “This season, I’m just trying my best to make up for my poor performance last season.”

Son Heung-min, the captain of the South Korean team, was also quick to praise his younger siblings, who won gold at the Asian Games on July 7.

“Winning the Asian Games is the result of everyone’s hard work, not just one player’s performance,” he said. “It’s true that

Jung Woo-young (who scored eight goals in the tournament) did a good job, helping the team a lot, but the Asian Games is

not everything.” “I hope he will make good use of the opportunity and develop into a better player,” he advised. 스포츠토토맨

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