Tottenham forward Heung Min Son returned to form on Saturday as he scored this stunning goal against Swansea City at White Hart Lane.
The South Korean international was a key figure for Spurs during Harry Kane’s recent absence through injury, but has gone off the boil in recent weeks.
However, he put that firmly behind him against the Swans, with this brilliant finish to take his tally to five for the season in the Premier League.
What a goal by Son! pic.twitter.com/HEkeNwyI6D
— ?????r? (@Erxksen) December 3, 2016
Harry Kane had given the hosts the lead from the penalty spot earlier on, but it wasn’t all positive news for Tottenham with Kyle Walker picking up a cut to his face.
It came after a ridiculously high foot from Swansea defender Neil Taylor, who somehow managed to escape punishment from referee Jon Moss.
Naturally, it led to a furious reaction from the home side, but ultimately it will be quickly forgotten if Spurs pick up all three points and get back on track.
Neil Taylor attempts to clear the ball and in the follow through his boot flies straight into Kyle Walker's face.
Very painful. pic.twitter.com/CK3P0QF9Qx
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) December 3, 2016