The South Korean Messi: Tottenham supporters react on Twitter to Son brace v Middlesbrough
By Amir Mir
Heung-Min Son scored his fourth goal in three Premier League games against Middlesbrough and Tottenham supporters were ecstatic with his run of form in recent weeks.
Son scored the opening goal for the visitors at the Riverside to give Mauricio Pochettino’s men an early lead in the Premier League encounter, before adding a second before the half hour mark.
The 24-year-old linked up well with striker Vincent Janssen who held the ball up in the penalty area, before laying it off to the incoming Son who took two touches with his right foot, before slotting the ball home on his left to open the scoring.
Son then added a remarkable second in the 23rd minute to take his tally to four goals from three games and give Spurs a healthy lead going into the break.
Supporters on Twitter were overjoyed with his form stating that the South Korean international will surely not leave in the January transfer window, if he keeps this run of form going.
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With the absence of star striker Harry Kane, other Spurs supporters praised the link up play between Janssen and Son.
Additionally, other fans delivered high praise of the versatile attacker by stating he is the “Korean Messi” considering his form in recent weeks.
Here is a selection of Tottenham fans reacting to Son’s first-half brace against Middlesbrough.
No chance of Son leaving the lane in January, if he keeps playing like this #COYS
— Lee Burt (@LeeLBurt) September 24, 2016
So glad we didnt sell him. Here comes the Son! #COYS
— Pramodana Haekal (@opramo) September 24, 2016
— °•.ⒿⒶⓈⒺ•* (@rotatingduck) September 24, 2016
Son! He's finding good form as of late and it's wonderful #COYS
— Dustin (@the_LAD14) September 24, 2016
— Rob Davies (@ByRobDavies) September 24, 2016
Son and Janssen are clicking today #COYS
— Ken Carter (@kfcarter) September 24, 2016
Amazing hold up play from Jannsen and a great finish from Son! #COYS
— WillLove (@Widalov) September 24, 2016