Heung-Min Son scored his fifth goal of the season to keep up his fine form of late with Tottenham’s opener against CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
It looked as if Spurs would leave Russia frustrated after a number of wasted opportunities. The visitors improved after half time, but struggled to produce many serious chances.
That was until Son, who scored twice against Middlesbrough at the weekend, found himself on the end of a Erik Lamela pass to slot home past the unfortunate CSKA goalkeeper.
Here’s the goal.
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) September 27, 2016