Son Heung-min scores unstoppable free-kick for South Korea, keeper had no chance
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Son Heung-min produced a moment of magic as he scored an unstoppable free-kick for South Korea against Costa Rica.
Son left it late as he bagged a sensational goal on the international stage following his stunning hat-trick for Tottenham against Leicester City.
The forward picked out the top corner from a free-kick, leaving Costa Rica goalkeeper Esteban Alvarado with absolutely no chance.
The Spurs star whipped a delightful strike into the back of the net in the 86th minute to level the friendly game 2-2.
Needless to say, Son's brilliant goal sent social media wild.
One Twitter user wrote: "Son is well and truly back."
A second tweeted: "Way better free kick kicker than Kane."
A third added: "This guy is on another level."
Another commented: "Damn what a strike."
Son has rediscovered his shooting boots, having scored four goals in two games for club and country.
The 30-year-old will return to action for South Korea next Tuesday when they host Cameroon in another friendly match.
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