The Tottenham Hotspur documentary crew followed Son Heung-min and the rest of the team throughout the 2019-2020 season. The crew was there during home and away games. It was for the All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur documentary.
The documentary has nine episodes, which are available on Amazon Prime. It recorded the team’s journey during the season that featured a coaching change and a sixth-place finish. After he watched the documentary, Son said he has mixed feelings about it.
He said that it was weird to see the dressing room. However, he had fun watching it. Son said that he thought that his voice sounded strange on video. Also, he felt sad watching the documentary because of the unfortunate events that occurred during the season.
Mixed Feelings about Tottenham Hotspur Documentary
Son said that when the team was doing well, players were getting injured. In an episode, Son was arguing with team captain Hugo Lloris during the halftime of a game. According to sports betting odds reports, Lloris told Son that he was not doing his best in the defensive end. A teammate had to hold back the goalkeeper before things escalate.
Based on sports forum sources, it was the heat of the moment that caused the incident. Both players wanted to win the game. Also, they didn’t do anything differently because of the cameras following them.
There are times when they forgot that a crew was recording their every move. Son admitted that he didn’t feel comfortable about the cameras. However, the team was grateful for the documentary because it helped them expand their fan-base to non-football fans.
After watching the documentary, people will like the team more. When asked if he wants to do another documentary, Son said that he wants to focus on football. Fans who bet on football are expecting the team to do better this season.