What kind of performance did Tottenham’s players leave at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar?
11 players belonging to Tottenham participated in the World Cup in Qatar. Heung-Min Son (Korea), Harry Kane, Eric Dyer (England), Richarlison (Brazil), Ivan Perisic (Croatia), Hugo Lloris (France), Christian Romero (Argentina), Rodrigo Bentancur (Uruguay) , Ben Davies (Wales), Pieri Emile Hoivier (Denmark), and Pape Sar (Senegal) are the main characters.
On the 14th (Korean time), British media ‘HITC’ listed their World Cup performance in rankings. The number one is Brazilian striker Richarlison. Richarlison scored three goals at the World Cup in Qatar. In particular, the scissor kick he scored against Switzerland in the group stage had such a strong impact that it was mentioned as the best goal of the tournament. He also added 1 goal against Korea in the round of 16.
Second is Kane. Although he missed a penalty kick (PK) in the quarterfinal match against France, England succeeded in advancing to the quarterfinals for the second consecutive World Cup thanks to Kane’s performance in the preceding game. Third place is French goalkeeper Lloris. Lloris played full-time in two group stage matches and the round of 16, quarterfinals and semifinals. advanced to the finals.
In fourth place is Croatia veteran midfielder Perisic. Croatia reached the semifinals for the second consecutive World Cup. They lost 0-3 to Argentina in the semifinals. Croatia faces Morocco in the 3rd and 4th place matches. 토토
Next is Son Heung-min. Heung-Min Son suffered an orbital fracture right before the tournament and competed in the World Cup wearing a black face mask. He played full-time in all matches, and assisted Hwang Hee-chan’s come-from-behind goal in extra time in the third match of the group stage. The media described Son Heung-min’s dramatic help against Portugal as “a pass that saved Korea from the brink.”
Uruguayan midfielder Bentancur is sixth, Argentinian defender Romero is seventh, Denmark midfielder Hojbjer is eighth, Welsh defender Davies is ninth, and England defender Dyer and Senegalese midfielder Pape Sarda are ninth.