18 Apr Manchester City vs Tottenham: Heung-min Son becomes top scoring Asian in Champions League history
The Tottenham star netted two in the opening 10 minutes from Manchester City to place the album
Tottenham celebrity Son Heung-min has come to be the best scoring Asian in Champions League history along with his quick-fire dual against Manchester City.
Spurs went down 1-0 at Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final second legwith Raheem Sterling scoring City’s quickest ever Champions League goal only three minutes and 51 moments from the match.
However, Tottenham’s South Korean celebrity popped up with aims at the seventh and 10th moments to present his side the lead.
That lead would not last long though at a wild first half, using Bernardo Silva levelling the game only a minute following Son’s moment and Sterling scoring his second and City’s next 10 minutes then.
Son, nevertheless, had already made history after he scored the match’s sole goal in the first leg at London a week.
With 12 targets, Son is currently the major goalscoring Asian in Champions League history, departure former Dynamo Kyiv celebrity Maksim Shatskikh (Uzbekistan) for its album.
It’s been another prolific period for Son, together with all the 26-year old having now attained 20 goals in all competitions for Spurs this year.
Wednesday’s game watched other documents set, together with the frenzied start setting the mark for the fastest four goals ever scored in one Champions League match.
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4 – Four goals from the opening 11 moments of Manchester City vs Tottenham is the quickest four objects have been scored in one Champions League match. Bonkers. #MCITOT
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 17, 2019
Additionally, Son and Sterling’s early targets intended Wednesday was the first time in Champions League history both players have scored two goals at the initial 21 minutes of the exact same game.
Spurs goes on to reach into the semi-final following a crazy 4-3 defeat, progressing through off goals in a 4-4 aggregate outcome.