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People have just noticed how Son Heung-min leaves interviews, it's very classy

Joshua Nair

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People have just noticed how Son Heung-min leaves interviews, it's very classy

Tottenham forward Son Heung-Min has been under the spotlight for all the right recents on and off the pitch recently, with fans now realising how he leaves interviews.

Tottenham played Luton away from home in the Premier League on Saturday, and managed to come away with a 1-0 win despite being down to 10 men for the entire second half.

It was a resilient performance, with summer signing Micky van de Ven slotting home the only goal of the game, his first for the club, early in the second half.

Luton pushed Spurs for an equaliser but ultimately to no evail, leaving the Hatters without a Premier League home win going into the international break.

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Despite a relatively quiet performance from Son Heung-Min on Saturday, the Spurs captain was called up for a post-match interview with TNT Sports.

At its conclusion, the South Korean forward shook the hands of each pundit there, before carefully placing the microphone down on the table and then raising his hands to the crew to say thank you to them as well.

The classy manner in which Son concluded the interview impressed many football fans, who took notice of the level of respect shown by the Spurs no.7.

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Son Heung-Min may not have scored on Saturday, but he played his part in Spurs' important win against Luton. (Credit: Getty)
Son Heung-Min may not have scored on Saturday, but he played his part in Spurs' important win against Luton. (Credit: Getty)

One fan said: "Respect to his culture and how he was raised"

Another pointed out: "In Korean culture, using two hands conveys respect."

A football fan also highlighted the obvious: "He’s a very likeable player and person"

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Son has been playing in the number nine role this season, feeding off the creativity of James Maddison, a different role to the one he played when Harry Kane was the focal point at Spurs.

The 31-year-old has been thriving this season, scoring three in his last three games, including a brace in the North London derby.

Under the tutelage of Ange Postecoglou, Tottenham and Son have been thriving, and currently sit top of the Premier League prior to Man City's face-off against Arsenal.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter: @footballontnt

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Son Heung Min, Premier League

Joshua Nair
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