Tottenham star returns in time for Newcastle match this weekend

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur star, Heung Min Son, has now served out the final match in his red-card suspension after he lashed out against Bournemouth towards the end of last season.

It feels as if the winger has been banned for an eternity, as the suspension carried all the way over the summer and into the start of this season.

Juan Foyth, who was shown a straight red in the exact same match, sending Spurs down to nine men, also sees his suspension come to an end. However, the Argentine is still out injured, so this makes little difference in his availability.

Having Son back in the starting line up will be a huge boost to Spurs and Pochettino, as the South Korean has become one of the club’s most dangerous and potent attackers.

He is one of the few players who can win a game single-handedly, something Spurs need at the moment after two sub-par performances against Villa and Man City.

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