Some Spurs fans on social media have congratulated Son Heung-min on scooping the Premier League Goal of the Season award for his strike against Burnley in December and insisted that the decision was a no-brainer.

Son’s goal against Burnley in the 5-0 win in December will certainly live long in the memories of Spurs fans.

The South Korean picked up the ball deep in Tottenham’s own half and beat half the Burnley team with his pace and balance before slotting the ball into the back of the net past Nick Pope.

Jose Mourinho admitted after the game the strike was up there with the best he has ever seen and compared it with the brilliant solo effort by Ronaldo Nazario against Compostela in 1996.

Some Spurs fans felt that it would have been a travesty for the 28-year-old to be denied the award on the back of his brilliant effort and insisted that it was a privilege to watch the goal live:

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As soon as Son’s effort hit the net, everybody watching knew that the goal would attain legendary status, destined to be played over and over again for many years (and possibly even decades) to come. It is very uncommon that we see solo efforts like the Son one these days as defences are much better organised and players tend to be smarter with their tactical fouling. However, I still feel that the South Korean’s strike is underestimated by some as it was not just a case of him turning on the afterburners. It was Son’s change of pace to draw in the Burnley defence before accelerating that opened up space for him to run into.

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