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Tottenham Hotspur: Son Heung-min goal footage emerges


Tottenham Hotspur supporters will be delighted to see footage of Son Heung-min continuing his goalscoring having departed north London for the international break. 

Footage emerged on Twitter of the 29-year-old Spurs forward opening up the scoring for South Korea on Thursday afternoon in their game against Iran.

Should Son be dropped by Conte?





Son captained his side to a comfortable 2-0 win as they aim to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar later this year and it was the Spurs man who struck from distance to put South Korea ahead.

The goal for his country comes just a matter of days after the winger put in a man-of-the-match display against West Ham United to seal three big points.

Two goals against the Hammers saw Spurs keep their hopes of a spot in the top four alive as he became the Premier League’s second-highest scorer this season.

Heading into the international break after the game against David Moyes’ side, Son can boast seven goal involvements in his last nine Premier League games (via Transfermarkt).

TIF Thoughts on Son’s form…

Son has come under a fair bit of criticism in recent weeks and there has even been some questioning Antonio Conte as to whether the South Korean should be dropped from his starting XI.

There certainly have been some disappointing displays in recent weeks from Son, however, players of his calibre will always have the potential to provide game-changing moments.

And that was certainly the case on the weekend as the ‘struggling’ Son scored two goals and played a big role in the own goal converted by Kurt Zouma to open the scoring, while it seems his good form has continued for his country.

In other news: Shocking: Tottenham should’ve been playing against 10 men as West Ham footage emerges – opinion

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