Son Heung-Min is a South Korean proffesional footballer who plays as a forward for the premier league club,Tottenham Hotspur and captains the South Korean team.
He is 28 years of age.However he has been considered to be one of the emotional epl man following the two top incidents that have once been associated with him.
Even though he happens to have completed all mandatory millitary services for his country.
To begin with yesterday on losing the Carabao cup on the final game to the opponents Mancity,Son busted deeply into tears and it wasn't easy for the efforts of consolation.
Some of the players although tried to calm him down.See the pictures below.
Also on the other past incident that he was seen in tears is when he happened to give a dangerous play that resulted to a horror injury for Everton plater Andre Gomez.
Here also Son lost his temper as he emotionally cried as he was sent off the pitch with a red card.
Finally at world cup also he was seen in tears after his national team lost to Mexico back in 2018.
Indeed he easily pours out his heart with tears whenever it is hard for him which is the same case with most ladies.
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