Tottenham duo named Premier League Month of September Award
Heung-Min Son, has been crowned the Premier League’s Player of the Month for September.
Winning the award for the fourth time, in his career and making it back-to-back award winners, for the Club after James Maddison scooped the prize in August.
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The Club captain, has been in scintillating form which saw him bag six goals, in four top-flight games last month.
The South Korean international, opened his 2023/24 account in fine style with a hat-trick, in our 5-2 win at Burnley on 2 September.
His 150th goal for the Club, as he scored twice in our 2-2 draw with Arsenal on 24 September, becoming our first player to bag a north London derby brace in the league at the Emirates.
He then swept home our opener, as we beat Liverpool 2-1 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium six days later, moving him within eight goals of our top five all-time goalscorers behind Cliff Jones on 159.
His prolific form this month sees him sit joint-second, in the goalscoring charts this term with six goals, level with Newcastle United’s Alexander Isak and two behind Manchester City’s Erling Haaland.
Sonny saw off competition, from Manchester City’s Julian Alvarez, West Ham United’s Jarrod Bowen, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Pedro Neto, Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier and Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins to win the award.
Tottenham’s Ange Postecoglou, the has been named the Premier League Manager of the Month for September.
Ange Postecoglou, has won Premier League Manager of the Month in both August and September this season, making him the first manager ever to win the award in both of his two months in the competition.
Having enjoyed an incredible start, to life in England’s top flight, and having already claimed the August award, Ange has now taken the award for the second successive month.
Seeing him become the first manager, in Premier League to win the award, in each of their first two months in the competition.
Enjoying a strong start to his first ever campaign, in the top flight in August collecting seven points from a possible nine, Ange led us to another unbeaten month in September.
As we took 10 points from a possible 12, which included picking up our first point in an away north London, for four years and our first win over Liverpool in any competition in six years.
And that fine month also saw Ange, extend our run of scoring at least two goals in a game to seven matches, no manager has enjoyed a better such run at the start of their Premier League career.
October has also started positively, for Ange as we picked up all three points against Luton Town, on Saturday to move to the top of the Premier League table for the first time in two years.