Tottenham Hotspur picked up a 5-2 win over Burnley in the Premier League yesterday.
A phenomenal hattrick from Son Heung-min and goals from Cristian Romero and James Maddison sealed a morale-boosting victory for Tottenham after their midweek exit from the Carabao Cup.
The South Korean international will be delighted to get off the mark for the season and he put on a sensational display against the Clarets at Turf Moor.
Popular pundit Clinton Morrison who was covering the match for Soccer Saturday claimed that Son was unhappy with the decision-making of his new teammate Manor Solomon at one point during the game.
Solomon had an impressive outing against Burnley and he managed to pick up two assists along the course of the game. However, he did leave Son frustrated during one particular moment.
Solomon had the opportunity to play the Tottenham Hotspur attacker in at one point but his delayed decision-making left the South Korean enraged. However, he did create a goal-scoring opportunity for Son eventually and the Tottenham Hotspur striker managed to convert.
Morrison said: “What a finish this is from Son [Heung-min] to be fair, it’s a brilliant goal.
“It’s a long ball that’s over the top, Son goes in, he plays it to [Manor] Solomon and Solomon plays it back to Son.
“He’s at a tight angle, he just dinks it over [James] Trafford, fantastic finish.
“Solomon had to pass it to him because before that he should have been playing it to Son and he didn’t play it to Son.
“Son was going mad at him. Fantastic goal from Son, 1-1.”
It will be interesting to see if Solomon can hold down a regular starting spot under Ange Postecoglou this season.
His performance against Burnley certainly warrants another opportunity in the upcoming game and it remains to be seen how the situation develops.