Son Heung-min

Tottenham Hotspur

Market/IS Price:

1.96

/

1.53

Age:

27

Position:

Forward

Country:

Korea Republic

70

FICR

70

POTR

14/06/2020

Top 5 PB:

247, 220, 206, 204, 201

PB Average:

104

PB Scores over 200:

6

PB Scores over 250:

1

*PB Scores are from Aug 19 onwards, for the latest PB data visit Index Edge

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Player Review

Son Heung-min is a center forward or winger for Tottenham Hotspur. Son has had a very strong season and was in particularly strong form prior to picking up an injury in February, scoring 6 goals in hist last 5 games. Son averages 3 shots per game and has scored a total of 19 games for Tottenham this season. Son is also very strong at dribbling completing 2.6 successful dribbles per 90 and he can use his pace and ball control to beat many players to get himself into strong goal scoring positions. Son only averages 23 passes and 0.4 crosses per game so without goals, he is unlikely to hit high PB scores. Son has shown his ability to hit high PB scores this season and his PB scores could improve further if he can continue the form he showed when he last played. Only 3 of Son's 14 goals have been the Game-Winning Goal and his two highest PB scores were hit when he did score the GWG. Overall, Son's contribution towards goals is very strong and he is likely to earn match day dividends on a number of times throughout a given season.

Written on:

14/06/2020

1 Year Price Graph

Price Analysis

Son Heung-min's price started the season at £1.66. Son had been steadily rising in price and then rocketed upwards to a peak price of £2.40 around November/December after scoring 4 goals and providing 4 assists throughout November 2019. Son's price has remained relatively stagnant over the last 3 months. but has gradually risen to a current price of £2.02. Son has returned from injury and should be playing for Tottenham Hotspur when the Premier League returns later this month. Despite not earning any match day dividends yet this season, Son certainly has the potential to do so as he scores and assists very often. Given Son's quality, he is likely to rise in price in the build-up to a dividend increase, however, longer term he may not rise relative to many young players on Football Index. Overall, Son appears a fairly strong hold at his current price, but capital appreciation longer term may be limited because he does not suit the overriding trend towards young players.

Written on:

14/06/2020

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