Could this be the last game Son-Kane plays?
Tottenham (England) won a friendly against Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) behind a four-goal performance from transfer speculation-ridden Harry Kane.
Tottenham defeated Donetsk 5-1 in a preseason friendly at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, on June 6. Son Heung-min, who started for the second consecutive game following a friendly against Ryan City (Singapore) in which Tottenham won 5-1, was active on the pitch until he was replaced by Manor Solomon in the 33rd minute. Kane, who is being courted by Bayern Munich (Germany), was responsible for four goals. The two clubs’ hierarchies have been in talks ahead of the start of the season, with Munich reportedly offering a transfer fee of “100 million euros ($143.7 million) plus alpha” last weekend.
Son didn’t get on the scoresheet, but he did contribute to Kane’s first and third goals. Son Heung-min’s pass from the left into the penalty area was received by James Maddison, who was tripped by Eduard Kozik, resulting in a foul and a penalty kick. Kane converted the penalty in the 38th minute.
The 2-1 lead was doubled in the 10th minute of the second half when Dejan Kulusevski delivered a penetrating pass and Kane rattled the net with a shot into the bottom left corner of the net. Son Heung-min had earlier set up Kane’s third goal with a pass to Kulusevski. The goal completed Kane’s hat trick.
Kane added a fourth goal in the 34th minute before being replaced by Dane Scarlett in the 40th minute. Tottenham players, including Son Heung-min, embraced Kane as he left the field, seemingly signaling a farewell.카지노
Tottenham travel to Barcelona, Spain, on Sept. 9 to face Barcelona in a preseason match in the Gamper Cup, a competition honoring FC Barcelona’s founder and first owner, Joan Gamper. On the 13th, they travel to Brentford for their Premier League opener.