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Watch: Son scores yet again for South Korea as Tottenham star sends Arsenal derby warning

By Mehdi Gokal -

Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur was the star of the show as South Korea defeated Cameroon 1-0 in an international friendly.

Son scored a late free-kick to earn the South Koreans a 2-2 draw against Costa Rica earlier this month in another friendly game for the South Koreans. He has now demonstrated his aerial prowess with a goal against the Cameroonians.

Left-back Kim Jin-su broke down the left flank, and his cross was saved by goalkeeper Andre Onana but parried right into Son’s path. Unmarked, the Spurs striker hit a brilliant header past Onana.

This concludes our brilliant 30-year-old superstar’s international break, who is arguably at the pinnacle of his powers. It took him a while to get going and score his first goal of the season, but when he did, in the 6-2 victory over Leicester City, he scored a stunning hattrick, including two of the most beautiful goals one could hope for. He followed that up with a gorgeous free-kick against Costa Rica and another goal today.

He seems to be back to his best and just in time ahead of the crunch game against arch-rivals and league leaders Arsenal where a win would take them to the top of the table.

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Eddie
Eddie
2 months ago

I noticed Muller laughing with Harry after the match onMonday,I wonder what he was saying.”See you next summer at Bayern?”

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  Eddie

Kane will not sign a new deal at Spurs anyway.and his replacement is already in place. A possible scenario is big changes in the summer with both Conte and Kane leaving…

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

Tony just needs to make sure we have a bit more of the ball than we’ve had of late. We’ve lucked out too often and we won’t keep getting away with it…

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