Son Heung min Makes Fun of Own Goal After Scoring for Both Sides in Man City vs Tottenham Draw

Son Heung min Makes Fun of Own Goal After Scoring for Both Sides in Man City vs Tottenham Draw

Joel Reyes
updated at December 4, 2023 at 1:05 PM
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  • Manchester City and Tottenham cancelled each other out in a 3-3 draw on Sunday
  • Son Heung-min scored for both Spurs and City in the opening 10 minutes
  • The South Korean star had a funny reaction to his own goal after the contest

Manchester City vs. Tottenham lived up to the hype.

The Premier League showdown between the two powerhouse teams was an instant classic, serving up a total of six goals in a pulsating 3-3 draw.

Son Heung-min found the back of the net for both Spurs and City in the first 10 minutes of an enthralling contest, and he made fun of that experience after the match.

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Son Heung-min reacts during the match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at Etihad Stadium on December 3, 2023, in Manchester, England. Image: Robbie Jay Barratt.
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Ecstacy to agony after Son's own goal

The South Korean star gave Tottenham a dream start, opening the scoring in the sixth minute with a fine solo effort.

His joy was short-lived, though, as he scored his first-ever own goal just minutes later.

The Tottenham captain diverted Julian Alvarez's cross into his own net in the ninth minute to make it 1-1.

Son talked about that own goal in an interview with Sky Sports after the contest, saying:

“Good experience to score an own goal for the first time against Manchester City.”

City and Spurs deliver six-goal thriller

The action didn’t let off after that opening exchange, with both sides showing their attacking intent to grab all three points.

Phil Foden gave City their first lead of the match in the 31st minute, finishing off a slick attack to put the hosts in front 2-1.

Tottenham regrouped after the half-time break and found an equaliser in the 69th minute.

Giovani Lo Celso pulled Spurs level with a superb curling effort from the edge of the box.

City regained the lead in the 81st minute thanks to the connection of Erling Haaland and Jack Grealish, per The Guardian.

The Englishman turned home Haaland’s cross to score his first goal since April and give City a 3-2 advantage.

There was one final twist, though, in this gripping contest as Kulusevski scored a header in the 90th minute for a dramatic equaliser

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Haaland blasts referee after controversial decision

Sports Brief recently reported on Haaland insulting the referee after his controversial decision in the latter stages of the City vs. Spurs match.

Referee Simon Hooper failed to play an advantage for City in the closing stages, denying Grealish a goal-scoring opportunity.

Haaland fumed at the referee as the match finished 3-3.

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