Son Heung-min Refuses To Celebrate Spurs Goal, Instead Apologises To Andre Gomes
Spurs midfielder Son Heung-min helped Mauricio Pochettino's side to a win away to Red Star in the Champions League, but refused to celebrate his goals and decided to apologise to Andre Gomes.
On Sunday afternoon the South Korean was distraught after being involved in an incident that left Gomes needing to be stretchered off the pitch with a dislocated fracture to his leg.
The Spurs player was sent off, though the red card has since been rescinded, and on Wednesday managed to put the incident behind him to score twice in Spurs 4-0 win in Europe. After his second goal the 27-year-old refused to celebrate, instead appearing to say sorry down the camera.
Earlier on Wednesday Gomes took to Twitter to thank fans for their support. Posting a video on social media the former Barcelona midfielder said, "Hi everyone, as you already know everything went well. 'I'm already at home with my family and I would like to thank you all for the support, messages and positive energy. Thank you."
Clearly it's been a tough few days for Son, having to deal with the incident he caused, but he's dealt with it in as classy a way as possible.