Sutton: Son over Alexis Sanchez every time

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Heung-min Son is on his best goal-scoring run in a Tottenham shirt, with Sunday’s brace at Bournemouth racking up his sixth and seventh goals in just four games

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Japhet

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Sonny wins hands down with his footballing ability alongside his attitude and demeanour. Has also spent plenty of time on the bench without any fuss - imagine if that was Sanchez.
 

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Son is probably a manager's dream. Works hard, plays any role asked of him and doesn't bang on the door when not playing.

Sanchez is extremely talented but things need to be exactly right for him to perform. We live in an imperfect world so the attitude doesn't always help. Extremely talented though.
 

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Seeing son's interview yesterday after the game when he mentioned that he was nothing without his teammates that is just the sort of character you need at your club I love it.
 

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Seeing son's interview yesterday after the game when he mentioned that he was nothing without his teammates that is just the sort of character you need at your club I love it.
A previous interview sticks in mind after he salvaged a point with a fantastic goal and we had battered West Ham 1-1. He was asked about his goal compared to West Hams which was also a fantastic strike. He replied "My goal is not important, a beautiful goal or a dirty goal, it doesn't matter tonight.", he was dissapointed we hadnt won the game.
 

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A previous interview sticks in mind after he salvaged a point with a fantastic goal and we had battered West Ham 1-1. He was asked about his goal compared to West Hams which was also a fantastic strike. He replied "My goal is not important, a beautiful goal or a dirty goal, it doesn't matter tonight.", he was dissapointed we hadnt won the game.
Great fella and I think he can go on to become an even better player than he is now.
 

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Fans always wish for a footballer at their club who combines genuine talent, crowd pleasing moments and the graft and attitude to go with it.

That player is Heung Min Son. He could well be the perfect player.
 
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