Son Heung-Min was in action on Thursday, as South Korea took on Laos in a World Cup qualifier.
The South Korean international joined Tottenham during the summer transfer window from Bayer Leverkusen, where he spent the past two seasons.
At Leverkusen Son scored 21 in 62 league appearances, a very impressive record considering he is a winger/second striker, with his game more based on providing and creating than scoring.
The Spurs man was back amongst the goals against Laos, as he scored his country’s second of the game after Crystal Palace’s Chung-Yong Lee had opened the scoring.
Watch the goal below.