The Spurs forward has always got a smile on his face and was putting them on others after their final game against Everton
Tottenham Hotspur ace Heung-Min Son has once again shown why many feel he could be the nicest man in football.
The South Korean ace is rarely seen without a smile on his face spreading joy with his charm, handshakes, and ability to find the back of the net.
His sending off against Bournemouth two weeks ago was seriously out of character, although many feel he was provoked by Colombian opponent Jefferson Lerma who hit and trod on the player moments after blocking him off the ball, an incident ignored by referee Craig Pawson.
But he’s now back to his lovable best and while he didn’t face Everton on Sunday in Spurs final game of the Premier League season, he did show up to salute the home fans and pick up his clean sweep of awards.
He claimed Goal of the Season for his solo strike against Chelsea, plus all three Player of the Year awards from the club’s members, junior members, and official supporters’ clubs.
And while all the Tottenham stars and their significant others walked round the pitch after the final whistle, Son was spotted going round and playing with all his team-mates children, much to the joy of them and supporters.
It comes after the player donated £100,000 to forest fire victims in South Korea where around 400 homes were destroyed.
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Published at Tue, 14 May 2019 08:41:45 +0000