Tottenham are ahead at half-time in their pre-season game at MK Dons.

Just like at Colchester last Wednesday, Heung Min Son broke the deadlock, but it only came after Nuno Espirito Santo’s men survived an early scare.

After just five minutes, young goalkeeper Alfie Whiteman conceded a penalty, but redeemed himself seconds later after making an excellent save to deny Matt O’Riley from 12-yards.

And then in the 35th minute, and moments after Son saw an effort ruled out for offside, the South Korean latched onto a pass from Lucas Moura before chipping past the Dons keeper.

Watch the penalty save and Son’s opener below.



  1. It is a shame that Harvey White and Troy Parrot aren’t getting much of a run out.
    They look our best young prospects and are being wasted.

    Harvey White has everything for a midfield player – great in the tackle, great long and short passing, great freekick ability. He is more creative than Skipp and Winks. He should be playing.

    Troy has more all round ability than Dane Scarlett. Another waste of a top talent.


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