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South Korean soccer’s “captain” Son Heung-min (Tottenham) is back in action for the new season Tottenham will kick off the opening round of the 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) season against Brentford at the G-Tech Community Stadium in Brentford, England, at 10 p.m. on Sept. 13Son had a tough time last season His team struggled, and he was far from healthy with an orbital fracture and sports hernia Aside from his first season with Tottenham, Son has consistently scored over 20 goals in all competitions, but last season he only managed 14 goals. In the league, he barely reached double figures with 10 goals In the meantime, he still managed to achieve milestones such as scoring his 100th EPL goal and scoring double-digit goals in the EPL for the seventh consecutive season Heading into the new season healthy again, Son is looking to redeem himself Brentford is an opponent that Son has tasted goal against twice before In the 2020-2021 League Cup semifinals, he was responsible for Tottenham’s 2-0 win In the 14th round of the 2021-2022 season, Son also scored a goal to give Spurs a 2-0 lead He hasn’t scored in any of his three subsequent games against Brentford Heung-min was once nicknamed the “Beekeeper” when he played in Germany because he was so dominant for Dortmund, whose team nickname is “The Bees Brentford is another team with a bee as its symbol. Their nickname and official colors are bees It”s said that the word “bee” appeared in the team”s chants and became a team symbol in the 1890sIt will be interesting to see if Son Heung-min can show his beekeeper side in the new season A lot of attention will also be paid to the availability of Tottenham’s best friend and “gunslinger” Harry Kane Bayern Munich (Germany) and Tottenham have been locked in a protracted battle over the transfer of Kane Meanwhile, Brentford are home to Korean soccer’s “new kid on the block,” Kim Ji-Soo, so there could be a “Korean derby” going on However, it’s unlikely to happen, as Kim has been bouncing between the second and first teams in preseason In the German Bundesliga and French Ligue 1, Korean players are expected to make their debuts side by side in the two ‘absolute powerhouses’ of the league Bayern Munich, the new home of “Iron Pillar” Kim Min-jae, kicks off the new season with a 3:45 a.m. kickoff against Leipzig in the Super Cup on Sept. 13Munich head coach Thomas Tuchel has given Kim a lot of playing time in preseason friendlies, so he’s likely to start the opener Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), home of the “future of Korean soccer” Lee Kang-in, hosts Lorient in the first round of Ligue 1 at 4 a.m. on Sept. 13After performing well in the first preseason match against Le Havre (France), where he 토토사이트 started, but was withdrawn with a thigh injury, Lee brushed aside concerns when he came on as a late substitute in a friendly against Jeonbuk Hyundai in Busan on March 3It is unclear whether PSG will continue to rely on the ‘two-headed horse’ Kylian Mbappe and Neymar to lead the team’s attack in the new season Neymar appears to be on the verge of parting ways with PSG, while Mbappe is at loggerheads with the club over a contract extension With PSG needing to ‘rebuild’ their attacking lineup, the Lorient game is an important opportunity for Lee to solidify his position.

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