Son Heung-min was hailed as a “world class” operator by Tottenham Hotspur supervisor Ange Postecoglou after serving to his facet come from behind to dramatically beat Brighton on Saturday.
The winger was on worldwide responsibility for the previous month till South Korea have been dumped out of the Asian Cup by Jordan within the semi-finals.
The Seagulls went forward early on after Pascal Gross transformed from the spot, however Pape Matar Sarr equalised on the hour mark.
“It was a fantastic end for us and the supporters,” Postecoglou advised BBC Match of the Day after the ultimate whistle.
“It’s a reward for our second half efforts however we weren’t nice within the first half. A part of that was as a result of Brighton are a fantastic crew and we lacked some self-discipline.
“It’s honest to say that we’re nonetheless a piece in progress however we had a world class participant in Son [Heung-min], who makes essentially the most troublesome ball look easy to arrange Brennan [Johnson].
“Going into the sport we regarded on the squad and knew we had the flexibility to vary it up. It’s honest to say that helped up.
“Brighton tried to comprise us and regarded a bit fatigued so it was good to have the ability to deliver gamers on.”
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