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“£22m Tottenham Star’s Apology: What Happened When Subbed by Postecoglou Last Night!”

Son Heung-Min of Tottenham Hotspurs has finally acknowledged that he has a remorse over one aspect of his performance against Fulham on Monday night.

After the game, Son spoke with Spurs Play via X and stated he wasn’t too proud of his response to being substituted.

Son was substituted off by Ange Postecoglou in the 82nd minute, and Alejo Veliz moved up to the top.

Son was plainly upset that his Tottenham performance against Fulham was cut short at the moment.

But he now admits that was a mistake.

Son expressed his unhappiness with the scenario, saying, “As a player, I want to always be on the field.

“But I believe that when you see the player come on, it should be a genuinely joyful moment, as it is a young man who has been working extremely hard in training.

“They ought to participate. I believe that when I reflect now, I am slightly regretting it because I ought to have supported them more.

“However, I believe they did a fantastic job to get a clean sheet today as well, and I am very happy to see young lads coming on to play in this fantastic stadium,” the author said.

Tottenham’s victory over Fulham saw Son at his deadly best.

On consideration, Son will also be aware that Ange was aiding in the treatment of his captain’s ongoing groin problem.

Postecoglou did admit yesterday that he trusts Son to decide for himself whether or not to be physically fit for the games.

“However, I believe they did a fantastic job to get a clean sheet today as well, and I am very happy to see young lads coming on to play in this fantastic stadium,” the author said.

Tottenham’s victory over Fulham saw Son at his deadly best.

On consideration, Son will also be aware that Ange was aiding in the treatment of his captain’s ongoing groin problem.

Postecoglou did admit yesterday that he trusts Son to decide for himself whether or not to be physically fit for the games.

The Australian insisted that he wouldn’t try to mold Son into anything.

That doesn’t mean he won’t use common sense throughout the next 90 minutes, either.

He must have been sure that the task was almost complete notwithstanding a modest decline for Ange’s team in the second half.

Furthermore, Gugliermo Vicario’s outstanding performance made that job much more secure.

The Italian did play a crucial part, even though Tottenham’s £22 million Son will get all the attention for his performance against Fulham.

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