Son puts Gomes horror injury behind him as nets twice in Spurs romp

first_img6 Christian Eriksen climbed off the bench to wrap up an easy win for SpursCredit: AFP But he put it all behind him in Belgrade with a double in four second-half minutes.This took his tally to nine Champions League goals in 2019 and five in four games this season.His brace added to Giovani Lo Celso’s first goal for the club and a late Christian Eriksen strike, as Spurs finally won away for the first time since May 8.That was of course that famous night against Ajax in Amsterdam.NDOMBELE SHINES FINALLYThe victory, in a stadium where Liverpool were beaten last season, puts the Premier League side in the driving seat to join Group B leaders Bayern Munich in the knockout stages.It also gave an insight into what the future might look like as record signing Tanguy Ndombele put in a superb performance.While deadline day arrival Lo Celso, making his first start, also looked the part.6The challenge now for Mauricio Pochettino is to translate this performance into their stuttering Premier League campaign.Red Star twice hit the woodwork on stroke of half-time and Spurs keeper Paulo Gazzaniga kept out a Milan Pavkov sitter with a superb reflex save midway through the first half.But Spurs dominated throughout on a warm evening.6 Giovani got the ball rolling in good time when he plundered the first after 34 minutesCredit: EPA1️⃣ bar hit.1️⃣ post hit.1️⃣ clearance on the line.Lo Celso – eventually – scores on his first start for Spurs in one of the all-time goalmouth scrambles!— 🇩🇪Ja! Watch the Bundesliga live on BT Sport🇩🇪 (@btsportfootball) November 6, 2019 SON HEUNG-MIN bounced back from his weekend devastation as he scored two goals in Tottenham’s impressive 4-0 Champions League win at Red Star Belgrade.Son was visibly distraught after his tackle led to a horrific injury to Everton’s Andre Gomes on Sunday and he was a doubt to make the trip to Serbia as a result.6 Son Heung-min made the sign of a heart after scoring his second for Spurs – possibly a sign of affection for the stricken Andre GomesCredit: Reuters6 The South Korean striker made a prayer sign after scoring his first goal – again probably for Andre GomesCredit: BT Sport6 It proved an emotional night for Son Heung-min just days after the horrors of Goodison ParkCredit: ReutersSon grabs Spurs second!A muted celebration from the Korean. 🙏— 🇩🇪Ja! Watch the Bundesliga live on BT Sport🇩🇪 (@btsportfootball) November 6, 2019last_img read more

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