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Son Heung-Yoon, who played in Germany with SV Halstenbek and Oberliga Hamburg before retiring because of injuries, was reunited with his sibling during the filming of Amazon Prime's new documentary 'Sonsational.'
The 90-minute documentary focuses on Son's life in 2019 and includes contributions from Mauricio Pochettino, Thierry Henry and Dele Alli, but it was a moment between Son and his brother that stole the show.
The 31-year-old was being interviewed alongside his brother at Son's Football Academy when the banter started flowing.
Heung-Yoon, who is a coach at the prestigious academy in their hometown of Chuncheon, was speaking about how he hadn't seen his brother for over a year.
The reporter then asks about his thoughts on Son playing against Liverpool in the 2019 Champions League final.
"Yeah, yeah but he lost." Heung-Yoon laughs. "This is true brotherhood. We're this strict to each other." Son replied.
The Amazon UK documentary that dropped on January 18 features all the highs and lows of Son's journey.
We get to experience his day-to-day life as a Premier League footballer, as well as a detailed insight into his childhood and interviews with his dedicated father, Son Woong-jung.
The South Korean international also talks about his first professional contract in Germany, gaining 4kg after performing badly at the Asian Cup and rejecting a chance to join Southampton in 2013 before eventually making a big-money move to Spurs two years later.
It really is a great watch.
If you want to watch the documentary online then you can watch the series on popular YouTube channel tvN, where you have the option to select English subtitiles in the below clip.
Here is that brilliant moment when Son Heung-Min and his older brother reunite at Son's Football Academy.
Featured Image Credit: Amazon Prime/Sonsational
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