Sunday, 12 March 2017

Tottenham star Heung-min Son targeted by racist abuse from Millwall fans

Tottenham star Heung-min Son targeted by racist abuse from Millwall fans

Tottenham forward Heung-min Son was the target of racist abuse from a portion of Millwall fans during the side’s FA Cup clash at White Hart Lane.
The South Korean international was singled out for abuse during the first half when fans chanted abuse every time the 24-year-old touched the ball near the away end.



According to the Sun, chants of ‘DVD’ and ‘he’s selling three for a fiver’ were heard from the travelling support when Son took a touch of the ball.
However, it was Son that had the last laugh as the South Korean scored a hat-trick in Spurs’ resounding 6-0 win at White Hart Lane.


Son scored his first when he curled a beautiful effort into the top corner with his left foot and then volleyed home Kieran Trippier after the break to grab his second.
The forward completed his hat-trick with a left foot volley that crept under goalkeeper Tom King.
Tottenham were forced into removing the advertising boards around the away end before the match and there were a number of scuffles between rival supporters before the game.

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