Tottenham Hotspur’s latest bout in the Premier League ended with an explosive and rather impressive 5-0 victory over Burnley.
Of course, that triumph was a collective effort and Jose Mourinho’s troops recovered well from a bitter defeat at the hands of Manchester United just days prior to that.
But the spotlight of the evening definitely went to Son Heung-min, whose incredible goal could very well be a true contender for the goal of the season.
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Son started his unreal run in his own half and then proceeded to beat multiple Burnley defenders before slotting the ball past the goalkeeper, a strike that induced a thunderous roar of the crowd.
Soon after that, Spurs’ official Twitter account posted a video of that goal, only this time, they edited it to look like a video-game in which the player collects coins and gets boosts that allow him to sprint past his markers.
Needless to say, the fans absolutely loved it…
This is the content I like to see. This admin is the 🐐
— Dan 🏴 (@TheProneBear_) December 9, 2019
Admin – pic.twitter.com/wg4MAslSw9
— Calum 🏴⚡ (@CMCoys) December 9, 2019
give editor and admin a raise😍
— Tristan Tardieu (@TTlads) December 9, 2019
Admin on fire
— Ankit Kapoor (@Ankit_THFC) December 9, 2019
And now it seems like they want to see more content like this in the future, with many of them showering their club’s account or rather, their admin and editor, with lots of praise.
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They were saying how this is exactly what they want to see on Twitter in the future.
This admin is unreal! 👌🏼
— Alex (@LxcasMoura) December 9, 2019
Admin you’re the best.
— Wophie (@N17COYS_) December 9, 2019
SONtastic work by the admin 👌
— Mayank (@mayank_spurs) December 9, 2019
This is sick! More of this, please pic.twitter.com/2Pf3vw4faW
— lillywhites (@RachelS16548016) December 9, 2019
It seems like their players will simply have to produce more goals like that one and then everyone should be happy.
Let’s see if they can continue the good trend moving forward.
Meanwhile, Spurs really missed a golden opportunity during the summer when they failed to sign a man who could’ve solved a lot of their issues…