Peruvian veteran FW who raised an ’18-year-old boy’ “Son Heung-min, a great player…I was happy to be with you” 

Paolo Guerrero, who raised Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) on his back.

The two players met in Busan for the first time in a long time and had a good time.

The Peru national football team led by coach Juan Reinoso won the first match of June, 1-0, against the Korean national football team held at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium on the 16th.메이저사이트

Peru took the lead with Brian Reina scoring the opening goal in the 10th minute of the first half, and succeeded in keeping this goal until the end of the game, winning the first A-match in June.

Guerrero, who returned to the A match in about two years after 2021, threatened Korea with a sharp shot in front of the box despite being an old man.

Guerrero’s true value finally shined in the 10th minute of the first half. He gathered the Korean defense by exchanging one-two passes with his teammate, and he passed to an empty Reina and recorded an assist. Even in the 18th minute of the first half, Guerrero cut a colleague’s low cross in front of the goal, aiming for an additional goal.

Guerrero is also a player who watched Son Heung-min’s growth while playing for Hamburg from 2006 to the summer of 2012. Son Heung-min played for Hamburg’s first team from 2010 to 2013, scoring 20 goals and 3 assists in 78 matches for Hamburg.

After the first half and after the game, the two players exchanged greetings and showed off their friendship again after a long time.

Guerrero, who met in the Mixed Zone after the game, commented on the match, “It was an important match for the Peru national team. I am very happy to win a special match. Now I am going to focus on the match against Japan.”

When asked what he thought of the Korean national football team, Guerrero said, “We have a great player named Son Heung-min,” and “I think we can play better.”

He went on to add, “I think he will play even better next game against El Salvador.”

Speaking of Heung-Min Son, whom he hadn’t seen in a while, Guerrero said: “I knew him when he was 18. It’s important to meet him and he’s a great player. I’m happy to have played with him at Hamburg. Now he plays for Tottenham Hotspur. It’s really great to see him. It was important,” he said.