Heung-min Son has expressed his disappointment after Tottenham Hotspur threw away a three goal lead to draw against West Ham United.
Tottenham looked to be cruising to a win within the opening fifteen minutes after starting the match in North London in devastating fashion.
Heung-min Son opened the scoring after just 45 seconds when the South Korean curled his shot into the bottom corner.
Harry Kane doubled the lead on eight minutes after he nutmegged Declan Rice and fired a low effort beyond past Lukasz Fabianski.
Kane then got his second of the game when he nodded in Sergio Regulion’s cross to leave the Hammers shellshocked.
With ten minutes left to play, West Ham hit back with three goals to stun Jose Mourinho’s side and rob them of a crucial three points.
The South Korean is hoping that he and his team-mates will learn their lesson in a match which they should have really put to bed.
?"It's just so sad for me and everyone is so sad to lose 2 points, it should never happen again"
Son believe's this will be a lesson learned pic.twitter.com/We7G0SE2Ke
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) October 18, 2020
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