Heung-Min son is in great form for Tottenham, and he’s just scored his fifth in five games. This could be the most important of all, with the South Korea winger scoring the first goal in a tense encounter with CSKA in Moscow. After losing to Monaco at Wembley, it was vital that Tottenham got the first goal here.
His finish squirted a little fortunately under the body of the reliably unreliable Igor Akinfeev, but there’s no questioning the quality of Son’s run or of the through ball. It looks as though Spurs are finding their feet this season.
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