Tottenham Hotspur will be without Heung Min Son for their next three matches in the Premier League after he was shown a straight red against Chelsea on Sunday.
This is the third red the winger has received in 2019 alone, although his one against Everton was rescinded, and rightly so.
This time around, Son kicked out at Antonio Rudiger after the Chelsea man bundled him to the ground, with VAR reviewing and deciding that a straight red was needed.
Ian Holloway, ex-Premier League manager, believes the decision was soft and crazy as there was hardly any contact.
“That was so soft.” ?
“There was hardly any contact.”
“It’s VAR gone crazy.” ?@IanOllie7 feels Son Heung-Min’s red card against Chelsea was harsh. ⚪️
What do you think? ? pic.twitter.com/WAy57XHlFC
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) December 23, 2019
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