Sonsational’ Son Heung-min (Tottenham) won the honor of Asia’s Best Player (Best Player) for six consecutive years.
On the 6th, Son Heung-min won the Asian Best Player Award (BFA) for the 8th time in his career after being judged by Asian football reporters and expert judges.
The BFA, which was first established in 2013 and celebrates its 10th this year, is an award hosted by Chinese media Titan Sports, and is an ‘Asia’s Ballon d’Or’ award based on French football’s Ballon d’Or. After announcing the 25 nominees last month, the judging panel consisting of 40 journalists from 40 countries belonging to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and 20 Asian football experts from around the world will select the 1st to 5th (1st place 6 points, 2nd place 4 points, 3rd place 3) points, 4th place 2 points, 5th place 1 point) by voting on players and summing up the scores to select the best Asian soccer player of 2002. 토토사이트
Son Heung-min, who became the first Asian player to become the top scorer in the English Premier League last season, was the undisputed number one. Out of a total of 60 votes, 30 votes for the 1st rank, 15 votes for the 2nd rank, 2 votes for the 3rd rank, 4 votes for the 4th rank, and 2 votes for the 5th rank total 256 points, sweeping 26.7% of the total vote score (960 points), and confidently ranked first. . Since 2017, he has been honored with 6 consecutive BFA awards. Son Heung-min has swept 8 trophies over the past 10 years, except for the awards of Japanese aces such as Keisuke Honda in the 1st in 2013 and Shinji Okazaki in the 4th in 2016.
Iranian striker Mehdi Taremi was second with 120 points, while Saudi Arabian midfielder Salem Al Dausari, who impressed at the World Cup in Qatar, was third with 112 points. It is the first time in the 10-year history of the BFA that a Saudi player has ranked third or ranked.
Meanwhile, Kim Min-jae of ‘Iron Pillar of Naples’ took 4th place with 99 points, followed by Kaoru Mitoma of ‘Brighton’s Japanese divinity’ 5th place with 68 points. Cho Kyu-seong ranked 15th, defensive midfielder Jung Woo-young ranked 17th, and Kim Young-kwon ranked 24th.