Heung min Son goal vs Burnley: Korean International scored a sensational goal against the visitors which could contest for the goal of the season.
Tottenham Hotspur has been transformed to full 360 degrees ever since Jose Mourinho has joined the North London club a few weeks ago. The Lilywhites are dominating Burnley and scored three goals in the first half itself.
But the goal which stood out was Heung Min Son’s goal, over where the Korean International dribbled past the whole Burnley team to make it 3-0 for Tottenham before the half time.
The goal was absolutely fantastic, Son had full control over the goal, even though he covered the whole pitch in very little time. The goal purely resembled Messi’s classic style.
Jan Vertonghen found Son outside Tottenham’s 18-yard-box but Son had a lot to do in order to find success. The Korean sprints with the ball through the centre of the pitch all the way to Burnley’s goal before curling his shot past Nick Pope.
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Although, careless defending by Burnley but an outstanding goal by Son indeed. On the other side, Tottenham saw another brilliant goal in the game as Harry Kane shot a thunderous strike in the initial minutes of the game to give an early advantage.
Meanwhile, Lucas Moura doubled the lead in the 9th minute of the game as the chaos inside Burnley’s box made the North London team score. With this Spurs are destined to win with the other half to go.
Credits go to Mourinho, who has instantly instilled the winning mentality to the players. Although, in previous occasions, Spurs have been reckless in the last phase of the game and conceded heavily.
Thus, Mourinho has to prevent previous mistakes to happen once again. With this, Spurs are nearer to achieve top4 spot with Chelsea losing points.