Tottenham kept their Champions League hopes alive with a 2-1 win over PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday night – and some of the club’s supporters on Twitter were critical of attacker Heung-Min Son for his performance.
Spurs produced a late comeback at Wembley against the Dutch outfit to mean they still have a chance of qualifying out of the competition’s group stages.
The North London club were behind after just two minutes when Luuk de Jong headed in from a corner, but stand-in captain Harry Kane eventually pulled back an equaliser in the second-half.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side went on to grab a winner in the 89th minute, as Australian Trent Sainsbury netted an own goal following a Kane header.
The Premier League outfit still have plenty of work to do if they want to qualify for the knockout rounds, but kept their aspirations alive for now.
A selection of Spurs fans on social media were not pleased with attacker Son for his contribution though and he was eventually taken off for Fernando Llorente, who assisted the Kane strike.
Winger Son has struggled to hit his best form so far this campaign and his only goals came in the Carabao Cup.
The 26-year-old once again struggled from the left flank and was unable to break through against a resilient PSV defence.
Here are some of the Spurs tweets annihilating Son for his latest display:
— Chris Beresford (@CNBeresford) November 6, 2018
That’s a ridiculous substitution from the boss #COYS Son has been crack tonight
— thfc London’s finest (@bornclicky) November 6, 2018
Poch knows Son is still on the pitch doesn’t he? Daft decision. We must not want to win this. #THFC
— Rick 🤘 (@Spillett33) November 6, 2018
Son is really doing my head
— Ryan🇮🇪 (@RyanTHFC_) November 6, 2018
Surely Son has to come off for Lamela (never thought I’d say that) But Son has been useless so far #THFC
— Woods (@woodwan91) November 6, 2018
Son for Lamela at half time please. Diabolical from son this first half
— James THFC (@JamesVaughny) November 6, 2018
— Robert MacAdie (@robertmacadie) November 6, 2018
Son is having a mare already! #COYS
— Matthew Harrington (@MLHarrington81) November 6, 2018