Tottenham star, Son Heung-min, has been nominated for the Premier League Prize for the London Football Awards at Battersea Evolution.
- Son Heung-min scored the ganglio on Thursday at the London Football Awards
- Spurs performed Harry Kane, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Eden Hazard
- He was a spokesman for the 2002 Premier League spokesman for the annual prize
- Brentford's Neal Maupay won the Golden Trophy Soccer Championship
Robert Summerscales for Mailonline
Tottenham's Son Heung-min shot at the top of the gang on Thursday night at the London Football Awards.
South Korea's international for SPURTS this season, has won 16 times and has won 34 times.
Son, who also helped his country win the gold medal in the last Asian Games, Spurs team Harry Kane, striker of Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard, who voted for a panel of 22 experts, including Bobby Zamora, Bob Wilson and Tony Cottee.
Tottenham's son Heung-min received the highest rank in Thursday's London Football Awards
South Korea has been the key to Spurs in the season, 16 points
So, after arriving at Battersea Evolution, he had the legend of David Ginola in Tottenham
Brentford's Neal Maupay won the Golden League Football Championship, QPR midfielder Luke Freeman and Millwall striker Lee Gregory, Charlton couples along with Karlan Grant and Lyle Taylor.
French Maupay had a good score for Brentford this season. The highest prize has won 22 times in all competitions, 19 Championships.
Some of the renowned awards of Thursday were among others, such as Mr. Crystal Palace, Roy Hodgson.
Hodgson players won the season's award Andros Townsend had a stunning Manchester City strike in December.
In Brentford, Neal Maupay went to the trophy for the annual trophy football league
Maupay gave a lecture at EFL after naming the best player based in London
The Crystal Hendaye director, Roy Hodgson, took a picture of London's southwestern London
The star of Andros Townsend was victorious for the season
Townsend was surprised to win Manchester United in 3-2 in December
Bruce Buck's Chelsea President won an annual community project
Ginola with Maeva Denat, girlfriend (left), while Carlo Cudicini was with Carola's wife
Former Arsenal was behind and international English international Lee Dixon was interviewed at night
The Legend of Goalkeepers by Pat Jennings (on the left) and by David Seaman's Sharp Stitches
Former Chelsea, Charlton Athletic and West Ham United striker Carlton Cole
Declan Rice (left) midfielder rider made a championship while Stuart Pearce made her footwear brown