Fans joke Tottenham's clash with K-League All-Stars is 'FIXED' after Son scores comical goal after defensive howler | The Sun

SON HEUNG-MIN scored a comical goal for Tottenham in his native South Korea – leading fans to joke the match was FIXED.

Spurs beat a K-League All-Star team 6-3 today in their first game of pre-season.

Eric Dier gave Antonio Conte's side the lead with a long-range belter in a nine-goal thriller in Seoul.

Harry Kane netted on either side of a Son penalty, but it was Son's second that had fans on social media in stitches.

The goal came when All-Stars defender Ji-Soo Kim picked up the ball on the edge of his own box… and just passed it directly to Son.

Last season's Premier League Golden Boot winner gobbled up the chance, rounding the goalkeeper to find the back of the net.

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But the defensive howler had some fans joking that the match in Son's home country was "fixed", especially after he scored twice and squandered a golden chance to score a hat-trick.

One wrote on social media: "Spurs fixed match," with laughing face emojis.

Another joked: "Those goals has to be rigged for Son."

While Son didn't end up scoring three, a fan claimed: "If Son gets a hat-trick this games fixed."

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And a fourth added: "Just gifting Son goals haha."

Conte's brutal pre-season training regime has seen Kane THROW UP and Son struggling to stand.

But the Italian boss is starting to reap the reward of his running sessions as he watched his side ease to victory in their first pre-season gameo of the campaign.

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