A number of Tottenham Hotspur fans have been left bemused by Spurs’ Twitter post about Son Heung-min’s goal against Burnley last time out.
Tottenham are currently in dire straits, having lost their last four games in a row in all competitions and faced with having to play most of the season without their two main forwards.
Spurs ran out 5-0 winners over Burnley at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium back in December, with Kane netting a brace and Son scoring a wonderful solo goal which began on the edge of his own penalty box.
However, with neither Kane nor Son involved, the Clarets’ defence may not be breached with such ease, particularly at Turf Moor, while Tottenham’s own back line is hardly in great shape either at present.
As great as Son’s goal was, the fact he won’t be involved for a side currently struggling at the front and at the back meant the video clip didn’t go down too well with some Tottenham fans:
In our last meeting with Burnley…
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 6, 2020
Same again tomorrow Sonny! 🙌
— S (@scnsrn) March 7, 2020
LEAVE US ALONE
— ᴀʟᴇx (@_10kanee) March 6, 2020
this is going to end up terribly
— c (@bvtcat) March 6, 2020
Stop hurting me.
— Joshua Gabel (@GabelJoshua) March 6, 2020
Don’t think he’ll do it this time.
— Stephen 🇮🇹 (@CarIoFantastico) March 6, 2020
PLS STOP TWEETING ABOUT HIM, CANT TAKE IT ANYMORE
— omarrr (@sh0tadad) March 6, 2020
He ain’t doing it this time around and you lot haven’t bought someone who can do it this time around either so… pic.twitter.com/IIjmfcqYDv
— Jackie Adedokun (@adejax7) March 6, 2020
well he’s not here, is he ?
— Haary 🌪️ (@forzalocelso) March 6, 2020
Sure hope he does that again tomorrow!!!
Oh, wait… you didn’t think this one through, did you?
— Sean Conley (@seanwconley) March 7, 2020
Son is currently recovering after undergoing surgery on a fractured arm sustained early in the game against Aston Villa last month but Mourinho says there’s a good possibility that Son and Kane will return to action together before the end of the season, according to Football London.