Son Heung-min may be in the midst of an uncharacteristically quiet season, but his brace in the FA Cup over the weekend has still turned heads and earned him a bit of recognition for the first time in months.
Son Heung-min may have discarded his carbon-fiber mask last month, but Tottenham have already found a worthy successor for the Zorro epithet — the club introduced Pedro Porro on Tuesday with a video in which he dressed as the fictional vigilante
Son Heung-min's camera celebration made an unexpected appearance in an FA Cup game between Wrexham and Sheffield United on Sunday as players of the non-league Welsh club paid tribute to the Tottenham midfielder said to be a "massive fan" of the team
Hear what Son Heung-min had to say after Tottenham Hotspur's 3-0 win against Preston North End in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Son Heung-min struck twice to lead Tottenham Hotspur to a 3-0 win over Preston North End in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday, snapping out of his ongoing dry spell with a 25-yard screamer to open things up in the 50th minute.
For years Tottenham was the Son-Kane show. The goals have dried up recently as Son struggles with injuries and a slow start, but on Monday, when it really mattered, the show was back in town as Son assisted Kane’s record-tying 266th goal for the club
Our TV guide highlights all the best games to watch over the long holiday weekend
Son Heung-min emerged from behind his mask for the first time in over two months on Sunday, regaining his full peripheral vision just in time to watch Tottenham Hotspur get humiliated by rivals Arsenal in a derby Spurs would definitely rather forget
Check out this interview with Antonio Conte where he talks about some of his principles as a coach.
Gareth Bale announced his retirement from professional football on Monday. Bale played for Tottenham for six years early in his career, returning for a seventh year on loan in the 2020-21 season. Here are some of his best goals for the London club.