After coming on as a substitute in Tottenham’s last two matches, against Anderlecht and Arsenal, Heung-Min Son continued his recuperation from an injury picked up in the win over Manchester City in September.
Son has already shown impressive ability at White Hart Lane during his short career and once again was a key man for South Korea in their 4-0 win over Myanmar.
The Spurs attacker was introduced in the 63rd minute and duly provided two goals in the latter stages of the encounter.
On 82 minutes, Son curled in a free-kick for Hyun-Soo Jang to make it 3-0 to South Korea.
And, four minutes later, Son set up Tae-Hee Nam for number four, after a fine 1-2.
On Tuesday, South Korea play in Laos, as they continue their World Cup qualification campaign.
Spurs fans will be hoping Son continues to build up his fitness. With Erik Lamela suspended for Tottenham’s next game against West Ham, the South Korean could well start the Premier League match, next Sunday.