EPL’s strongest ‘Son-Ke Duo’ → SON, ‘goal record’ in the dressing room, congratulations next to Kane ‘warmth’
Tottenham won 1-0 against Manchester City in the 21st round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the morning of the 6th.
The protagonist of this match was Harry Kane. In the 14th minute of the first half, Harry Kane, who received a pass from Pierre-Emile Hoivier in front of the goal, scored the winning goal with his right foot.
This goal is a goal that will go down in the history of Tottenham and the EPL. First of all, it was the fastest 200 goals in EPL history.
In addition, he became the third player to score 200 goals in EPL history, following Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney.
It was Kane’s 267th goal for Tottenham. Kane became the team’s most goals player, beating Jimmy Greaves, who was tied for first place with 266 goals.
Defeating last year’s champions Manchester City was also great, but Conte, who missed the day because he set various personal records, called Kane in the dressing room.
This fact was reported by the UK’s The Sun. However, a striking picture came up together.
To commemorate the historic goal, Tottenham players posed for a commemorative photo in the dressing room. 토토사이트
Looking at the photos released by The Sun, the seat next to Kane was Son Heung-min. Heung-Min Son, who put one hand on Kane’s shoulder as he shouted “fighting”, smiled widely. Since ‘Son=Kae’ is the strongest duo in the EPL, it seems that they celebrated his great record most brightly.
Antonio Conte called Kane as soon as he entered the dressing room. “You made me proud,” Conte congratulated Kane.
Conte, who had recently undergone surgery to remove his gallbladder, was not on the bench that day. Instead, assistant coach Christian Stellini led the team.
Conte also posted congratulations on his social media. He posted a picture of Kane surrounded by his teammates after the game and said, ‘Always with you, even from a distance. The entire team is proud,’ he captioned it.