Tottenham Hotspur’s official Twitter account caught the attention of many Spurs fans recently after they posted a tweet which shared some footage of Heung-min Son controlling a ball during a Spurs training session.
A number of Tottenham players, including Gareth Bale and Dele Alli, can be seen watching the South Korea international as he prepared to control this ball as it dropped from what appears to be a fairly significant height, however, the 28-year-old attacker did well to take the pace off of the ball in a nonchalant manner which seemingly drew a positive reaction from Bale, in particular.
So, what did these Tottenham Hotspur fans make of this training footage featuring Son after it was shared on Twitter?
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— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 15, 2020
Plenty of Spurs fans responded to this post from the Lilywhites’ official Twitter account to share praise for Son and indicate that they were impressed by this bit of training footage.
There is the man ???
— Ryan (@THFCGorezzer) October 15, 2020
Keep them coming
— ClassicJose (@dnyanesh_thfc) October 15, 2020
That’s absolute class ??
— Tina V (@tvacani54) October 16, 2020
— ? (@TechnicDele) October 15, 2020
he amazes me more and more every day
— amra? (@duzabijela) October 15, 2020
Did this footage impress you?
What a Touch
— Hun (@Hun43490489) October 15, 2020
— Mpho Money Mpho Problems (@Afro_Scot) October 15, 2020
So, as can be seen from these Spurs fans’ replies to this tweet, it certainly seems as though this training footage has gone down well with plenty of Tottenham fans.
Due to the recent international fixtures, Spurs supporters have not been able to see the £67.5m-rated South Korean in action for the Lilywhites since 4th October, when he scored twice and assisted once during Tottenham’s 6-1 win over Manchester United.
Considering that it has been almost two weeks now since Son has played for Spurs, it may not be too surprising that this footage of the 28-year-old in action for the Lilywhites in training has gone down well with plenty of the club’s fans and they seem to be excited by the prospect of seeing him back on the pitch for Jose Mourinho’s side when Tottenham return to Premier League action versus West Ham United on Sunday.