South Korea national soccer team captain and global star Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) posed
for photos and signed autographs for the Vietnamese team after the match.
South Korea’s national soccer team, led by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann, cruised to a 6-0 victory over
Vietnam in the second match of their October A match at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on Sunday at 8
p.m. ET. It was Klinsmann’s first three-game winning streak since September’s A match against Saudi Arabia and October’s A match against Tunisia.
The biggest question mark going into the game was the availability of Son Heung-min. Son, who missed
the last match against Tunisia due to a medical issue, was unavailable for the match.
According to multiple Vietnamese media outlets before the game, not only Korean fans but also
Vietnamese players hoped to see the superstar on the field.
The Vietnamese players’ dreams came true. Heung-min started the game and not only scored a goal
and an assist, but also played the full game and showed his captaincy.
After the game, Son was the “star of the show” as he took photos and autograph requests from the
Vietnamese players and coaches before entering the stadium’s exit tunnel.
In addition to posing for a group photo, Son showed off his superstar status by signing Vietnam’s jerseys to players who requested them. 스포츠토토맨