Heung-min Son has continued his recent goalscoring streak by finding the back of the net for South Korea today.

The Tottenham Hotspur forward captained his country in their international friendly against Cameroon and took 35 minutes to open the scoring at the Seoul World Cup stadium.

The goal came when Andre Onana could only parry an effort on goal into Son’s direction and the 30-year-old powered his header beyond the goalkeeper into the back of the net to lead 1-0 at the break.

Son went eight games in all competitions without scoring for Tottenham before ending his drought with a hat-trick against Leicester City prior to the international break and followed it up by rescuing a draw for his country with a stunning late free-kick against Costa Rica on Friday.

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Tottenham fans will be hoping that scoring in three consecutive matches will give Son all the confidence he needs heading into the north London derby on Saturday lunchtime.

Those who doubted him were foolish and he will once again end up comfortably with a double figure goal tally come the end of the season.

 

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