This is enough to say that Son Heung-min is a ‘fanatic’ beyond soccer experts.
He is expressing absolute love. It’s Michael Owen.
Owen is a striker who is considered one of the legends of English Premier League (EPL) powerhouse Liverpool, and has also played for Real Madrid and Manchester United.
His honors include EPL top scorer and EPL player of the year.
He won the Ballon d’Or in 2001.
He was the last player from England to win the Ballon d’Or.
It’s not the first time Owen has sung the praises of Son Heung-min.
He’s been expressing his absolute love for Son Heung-min with all his might.
He did it again this time.
Love doesn’t change.
With the EPL having completed the first half of the season, we asked six soccer experts for their views, predictions, and more.
The six soccer pundits included Owen, Karen Carney, Matt Holland, Leon Osman, Darren Bent, and Don Hutchison.
They talked about the championship, the big four, player of the year, and the Golden Boot.
For the winner, all six predicted a fourth straight title for Manchester City.
“Pep Guardiola is an exceptional manager and City have the best squad,” says Owen.
They always finish strong, and I’m not worried about falling behind.
I think City will win the title.”
“I said at the beginning of the season that City would win the title.
I’m not going to change that.”
“The return of Kevin De Bruyne and Elling Holland means they have a good squad ready to go. And City know how to be at their best in the second half of the season.”
Osman believes that “City are already nipping at the heels of the top teams,” while Bent says that “there is no team that can match the squad and experience that City have.”
Hutchison added: “City have too much know-how.
And they’ve got Holland back.”
As for the Big Four, Owen picked “Man City-Liverpool-Aston Villa-Arsenal,” while Carney and Holland listed “Man City-Liverpool-Arsenal-Aston Villa,” and Bent and Hutchison listed “Man City-Liverpool-Arsenal-Tottenham. 안전토토사이트
Osman decided on ‘Man City – Liverpool – Aston Villa – Tottenham’.
The Golden Boot was also agreed upon by six people, with their common choice being City’s monster striker Holland.
The biggest disagreement was for EPL Player of the Year.