Son has played nearly 1,000 minutes in 16 games for Spurs already this season, on top of his appearances at last year’s World Cup and Korea’s title run at the Asian Games. “After he arrives we will see what we are going to do in the game against China. Bento said South Korea would continue to play the same way with or without Son, the most prolific Asian player in Premier League history. “What I think we are going to do is improve our collective game, try to attack better than we have played until now. Of course a player with the quality that Son has, and in the form that he is in at this moment, can help the team.
Source: The Guardian January 12, 2019 10:18 UTC