Son Heung-Min will be travelling once again later this month as the Tottenham Hotspur attacker has been called up by South Korea for home friendlies against Bolivia and Colombia on March 22 and 26.
The 26 year-old has appeared in three international tournaments -- the World Cup, the Asian Games and the Asian Cup -- in the past 12 months and has also been busy helping Tottenham challenge in the Premier League and UEFA Champions League.
While Son has been in excellent form for the London club, he...
We are approaching the business end of the season, when titles are won or lost and the Champions League reaches its decisive stage.
It is also the point of the campaign when the top individual performers can elevate themselves above the rest to become the front-runners for the top individual awards.
So as the 2018-19 season enters the final straight, who are the leading candidates to be named Premier League Player of the Year?
Sergio Aguero (FW, Manchester City)
Now in his eighth season...
Until recently, the absence of Harry Kane prompted a full-on panic from Tottenham Hotspur supporters -- and with good reason.
Spurs' reliance on Kane in terms of goal scoring was obvious, and Mauricio Pochettino's lack of faith in various back-ups over the years -- Roberto Soldado, Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente have all struggled when asked to deputise -- meant a Kane injury was considered disastrous. It's still a significant blow ahead of this week's Champions League tie against a hugely...
Mauricio Pochettino has criticised referee Michael Oliver for denying Son Heung-Min a penalty for the second time this season and booking him for diving during Sunday's 3-1 victory over Leicester.
Son claimed he was tripped by Harry Maguire in the first half, but Oliver showed the South Korean a yellow card for simulation, before later awarding a penalty to Leicester when he adjudged that Jan Vertonghen had fouled James Maddison.
Oliver had previously waved away Son's appeal for a spot-kick when...
Son Heung-Min has hailed Tottenham's patience, belief and mental strength after the north Londoners' second late victory in the space of three days.
Son broke Newcastle's resistance on Saturday afternoon in the 83rd minute, firing his side to a 1-0 triumph that took them within four points of leaders Liverpool.
Earlier in the week, Spurs trailed Watford in the 80th minute at Wembley but Son and Fernando Llorente struck to secure a 2-1 win.
"I think patience was very important," said Son. "Against...