He's what Bobby Robson would have called a "Fantastista". Like Michael Laudrup, Cruyff, Hoddle or Le Tissier. Not an out and out attacker, nor a traditional midfielder, but operating in between the two. Just a wonderfully talented and creative footballer, who seems to just glide around the...
Experience. Which he gains every week. That midfield pivot role is his now, and he always shows up in the big games.
By the time he's 25/26 he will be extraordinary. Spurs, and England, finally have that cultured midfielder that we've been missing since Scholes retired.
Holy shit, I just heard a Spammer in the office say that Son's goal was jammy. "He miss-hit it with his heel. If he'd connected properly then it'd have gone straight to the keeper, instead it sliced into the top corner"