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Son Heung-min

Son Heung-min
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Son in Seoul Plaza, South Korea in 2018
Personal information
Full name Son Heung-min[1]
Date of birth (1992-07-08) 8 July 1992 (age 27)[2]
Place of birth Chuncheon, Gangwon, South Korea
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[3]
Playing position(s) Forward[4]
Club information
Current team
Tottenham Hotspur
Number 7
Youth career
2008 FC Seoul
2008–2010 Hamburger SV
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2010 Hamburger SV II 6 (1)
2010–2013 Hamburger SV 73 (20)
2013–2015 Bayer Leverkusen 62 (21)
2015– Tottenham Hotspur 151 (51)
National team
2008–2009 South Korea U17 18 (7)
2016–2018 South Korea U23 (WC) 10 (3)
2010– South Korea 87 (26)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15:59, 16 February 2020 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 18:50, 6 February 2020 (UTC)
Son Heung-min
Revised RomanizationSon Heungmin
McCune–ReischauerSon Hŭngmin
IPA[sʰo̞n xɯŋ.min]

Son Heung-min (Korean: 손흥민; born 8 July 1992) is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a winger or striker for Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and captains the South Korea national team.[4] Considered one of the best wingers in the world, Son is often called an icon of South Korean culture,[6][7][8] and was selected as one of the 30 best players in the world for 2019.[9]

Born in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, Son joined Hamburger SV at the age of 16 and debuted in the German Bundesliga in 2010. In 2013, he moved to Bayer Leverkusen for a club record €10 million before signing for Tottenham for £22 million two years later, becoming the most expensive Asian player in history.[10] While at Tottenham, Son became the top Asian goalscorer in both Premier League and Champions League history,[11] and surpassed Cha Bum-kun's record for most goals scored by a Korean player in European competition.[12][13][14] In 2019, he became the second Asian in history to reach and start a UEFA Champions League final after fellow countryman Park Ji-sung.[15]

A full international since 2010, Son has represented South Korea at the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups and is his country's highest scorer in the World Cup jointly with Park Ji-sung and Ahn Jung-hwan with three goals. Son has also represented South Korea at the 2018 Asian Games, where the team won gold, as well as the 2011, 2015 and 2019 editions of the AFC Asian Cup. Korea was runner-up in 2015.

Early life

Son Heung-min was born in Chuncheon, Gangwon.[2] His father, Son Woong-jung is a retired football player turned manager who once played for the South Korea national football B team.

Son came through the academy at FC Seoul, the same club that former Spurs defender Lee Young-pyo played for.[16] However, Son was a ball boy in an FC Seoul home match in 2008 when he was a FC Seoul youth player.[17] At that time, his role model was midfielder Lee Chung-yong, who played for Crystal Palace and Bolton Wanderers.[18][19] Apart from his native language Korean, Son is also fluent in German and English. His agent Thies Bliemeister said Son was so determined to make himself a success in Europe that he learned German by watching episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants.[20]

Club career

Hamburger SV

In August 2008, Son dropped out of Dongbuk High School (formerly FC Seoul U-18 Team)[21] and joined Hamburger SV's youth academy at age 16 through Korean FA Youth Project.[22][23] A year later, he returned to South Korea. After participating in the FIFA U-17 World Cup, he formally joined Hamburger SV's youth academy in November 2009[24]

He was impressive in the 2010–11 pre-season, leading the team with nine goals, and signed his first professional contract on his 18th birthday.[25] After scoring against Chelsea in August, he was out for two months due to a foot injury. He returned on 30 October 2010 to score his first league goal, against 1. FC Köln in the 24th minute. The goal made Son the youngest Hamburg player to score a goal in the Bundesliga at 18, breaking the record held by Manfred Kaltz.[26][27]

Son (left) playing for Hamburger SV against Elia of Werder Bremen in August 2012

Son signed a new deal with Hamburg through 2014. Pundits said he had what it took to become the next Cha Bum-kun, a legendary Bundesliga forward and fellow South Korean.[28] Son scored three goals in 14 matches in all competition during the 2010–11 season.[29]

Son warming up for Hamburger SV in 2011

During the 2011–12 pre-season, Son was explosive, scoring 18 times in only nine matches.[30][31][32] After missing the opening match due to a fever, Son scored two goals within three matches.[33] On 27 August, Son picked up an ankle injury in the 4–3 loss to 1. FC Köln and was initially projected to be out of action for four to six weeks.[34] His recovery was quicker than expected, however, and he returned to action only three weeks later as a substitute in a 1–0 loss against Borussia Mönchengladbach on 17 September. Over the course of the 2011–12 season, he made 30 appearances for Hamburg and scored five goals,[35] including crucial goals against Hannover 96 and 1. FC Nürnberg at the end of the season to help ensure that Hamburg remained in the Bundesliga.[36]

Following Hamburger SV's 2012–13 offseason moves, which saw the transfers of the team's strikers Mladen Petrić and Paolo Guerrero to Fulham and Corinthians respectively, manager Thorsten Fink chose to name Son a starter. The 2012–13 season was a breakthrough season for Son as he scored two goals in an away fixture against Borussia Dortmund on 9 February 2013, helping his team to a 4–1 victory. Son was chosen Mann des Tages (Man of the Match) by kicker.[37] On 14 April, Son netted two goals in a 2–1 win against Mainz 05. He finished the season with 12 goals, becoming the fifth South Korean footballer to achieve double digits in goals in Europe.[38] He finished the 2012–13 season with 12 goals in 34 matches in all competitions.[39]

Bayer Leverkusen

Son playing for Bayer Leverkusen in 2014

On 13 June 2013, Bayer Leverkusen confirmed Son's transfer for reportedly €10 million, which was the highest transfer fee in club history at the time. He agreed to a five-year deal with the team.[40] Son adjusted quickly to his new club in the pre-season, scoring three goals in his first three appearances for the team in exhibition matches (against 1860 Munich, Udinese and KAS Eupen respectively).[41]

On 9 November 2013, Son scored a hat-trick for Leverkusen in a 5–3 win against his former club Hamburgers SV.[42] On 7 December, Son scored a crucial goal against Borussia Dortmund to put his club just four points off the summit of the Bundesliga. On 10 May 2014, Son scored another goal against Werder Bremen ensuring his team a spot for the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League.[43] He finished the 2013–14 season with 12 goals in 43 matches.[44]

Son scored a hat-trick against VfL Wolfsburg on 14 February 2015, in a 4–5 defeat, scoring when they were losing 0–3.[45] He finished the 2014–15 season with 17 goals in 42 matches.[46]

Son started the 2015–16 season with Bayer Leverkusen. He made a league appearance[47] and a Champions League qualifying match.[48]

Tottenham Hotspur

2015–16 season

On 28 August 2015, Son joined Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur for £22 million (€30 million) on a five-year contract, subject to work permit and international clearance.[49][50] Upon his signing, he became the most expensive Asian player in football history.[10] The record had been held since 2001 by Japanese Hidetoshi Nakata, who transferred from Roma to Parma for €25 million.[51]

Son made his debut on 13 September away to Sunderland, being replaced by Andros Townsend in the 62nd minute of a 1–0 win.[52] In Tottenham's first match of the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League on 17 September, Son netted his first two goals for the club in a 3–1 win against Qarabağ FK.[53] Three days later, he scored his first Premier League goal, against Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane, netting in the 68th minute to give Tottenham their first home Premier League win of the season.[54] On 28 December in the match against Watford, Son replaced Tom Carroll in the 80th minute and scored Tottenham's winning goal in the 89th minute.[55] On 2 May, he scored the second goal against Chelsea in a crucial match to give Spurs hope of winning the Premier League. Chelsea equalised in the second half, however, handing over the title to Leicester City.[56]

2016–17 season

Son playing for Tottenham Hotspur on a game against PFC CSKA Moscow in 2016.

Before the season, he reportedly asked Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino for permission to leave Tottenham in an attempt to get more playing time, but was instead given a chance to fight for his place at Spurs.[57] On 10 September 2016, Son scored two goals and created a third in his first appearance of the season, in a 4–0 win against Stoke City.[58] Son followed that performance up with a second brace, coming at Middlesbrough on 24 September, earning his team a 1–2 victory.[59] Upon equalling his league goal total from the previous season in 25 fewer matches, Son was hailed by Pochettino as "a different person – he's more mature and he knows the league and he's settled in fantastically now."[60] Son continued his excellent run of form with his fifth goal in five matches on 27 September in the Champions League. Playing at CSKA Moscow, Son slipped a shot past goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev for the only goal of the match.[61] On 14 October, Son was named the Premier League Player of the Month for September, being the first South Korean and first Asian to receive the award.[62]

Following the Christmas break Son continued to score the odd goal over the following couple of months and then on 12 March 2017 he scored his first Spurs hat trick in the FA Cup against Millwall in a 6–0 win.[63] In the same match, he was racially abused by a section of the Millwall fans who chanted "DVD" and "he's selling three for a fiver" whenever he touched the ball, referencing a stereotype towards east Asians.[64] He scored in the 2–0 victory away at Burnley on 1 April 2017,[65] and four days later he scored in the 91st minute to put Spurs ahead at Swansea, in a game where they were losing 1–0 after 88 minutes and ended up winning 3–1.[66] A brace at home to Watford the following weekend brought his season total to 18 goals, 11 in the Premier League, his best ever goals return.[67] On 12 May 2017, Tottenham announced that Son had won the Premier League Player of the Month for April, the second time of his career and thus becoming the only player in 2016–17 to win the award 2 times.[68] On 18 May 2017, Son bagged a brace away to Leicester City as part of a 6–1 rout of their former title rivals. With 21 goals in all competitions, Son joined Harry Kane and Dele Alli as the first trio of Spurs players with over 20 goals on the season.[69]

2017–18 season

Son scored his first goal of the 2017–18 season in the UEFA Champions League game against Borussia Dortmund on 13 September 2017 at Spurs temporary home Wembley Stadium, which Spurs won 3–1.[70][71] He scored his first Premier League goal of the season when Spurs beat Liverpool 4–1 at home.[72] On 5 November 2017, Son scored the only goal in the 1–0 win against Crystal Palace. The goal brought his tally in the Premier League to 20 and in doing so he became the top Asian goalscorer in Premier League history, breaking the record set by Park Ji-Sung at Manchester United.[14] On 13 January 2018, Son scored a goal and provided an assist in a game against Everton, matching the club record set in 2004 by Jermain Defoe of scoring in five consecutive home games.[73] On 28 February 2018, Son scored a brace and assisted Fernando Llorente as Tottenham beat Rochdale 6–1 in the 5th Round of the FA Cup. Son also converted a penalty, but his goal was overruled by the video assistant referee.[74] Son has become the first Asian to finish the season as a top-10 goal scorer in the English Premier League.[75]

2018–19 season

On 20 July 2018, Son signed a new five-year deal extending his contract with Tottenham until 2023.[76] The first goals of the season came in October 2018 when he scored a brace in his 150th game for Tottenham in the 2018–19 EFL Cup match against West Ham.[77] He scored his first league goal of the season, his 50th goal for the club in all competitions, in a solo effort in the 3–1 home win against Chelsea, inflicting the first defeat for Chelsea in the Premier League this season.[78][79] This goal won the Premier League's Goal of the Month award for November.[80] On 13 February 2019, Son scored the first goal in a 3–0 win over Borussia Dortmund, in the first leg of the round of 16, UEFA Champions League.[81] At the end of the month he was named Premier League Player of the Year at the London Football Awards.[82] On 3 April 2019, Son scored the very first professional goal at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a 2–0 victory over Crystal Palace.[83]

On 9 April 2019, Son scored the very first European competition goal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a 1–0 win against Manchester City in the quarterfinals of the 2018–19 Champions League.[84] In the return leg, Son scored twice to earn Tottenham a 4–4 aggregate win on the away goals rule and help the club reach the semi-finals of the competition for the first time since 1962, and only the second time ever. His brace also saw him become the highest scoring Asian player in the history of the tournament with 12 goals, overtaking the previous record holder, Maxim Shatskikh.[85] On 4 May 2019, Son received his first red card in the Premier League due to his vindictive action against Jefferson Lerma.[86]

2019–20 season

Son opened his 2019–20 account on 14 September 2019 by scoring two goals against Crystal Palace in the Premier League with a final result of 4–0.[87] On 21 October, Son was named in the 30-man shortlist for the 2019 Ballon d'Or.[88] On 3 November, Son was sent off during a 1–1 draw with Everton after sliding into André Gomes from behind, causing him to fall awkwardly and suffer a severe ankle injury. The injury prompted great concern and anguish from the players and supporters; Son was visibly highly distressed by the incident.[89] Following a red card for a challenge on Gomes, Son also received suspension for three Premier League games.[90] However, many professionals including former Everton player Kevin Kilbane expressed criticism of the red card decision, and Tottenham made an appeal to the Football Association against the dismissal. The FA eventually accepted the appeal and Son's red card was rescinded on 5 November.[91][92] Three days after this incident, in a 4–0 Champions League away game to Red Star Belgrade, in which Son scored a brace, rather than celebrating his first goal, he apologised to the camera for what happened at Goodison Park.[93][94]

On 23 November 2019, Son scored Tottenham's first goal with José Mourinho as manager, earning him Man-of-the-match in a 3–2 Spurs victory.[95] On 7 December, Son ran from one end of the pitch to the other, going past seven Burnley players, to score an individual goal that was labelled a goal of the season contender. The nature of the goal saw Mourinho dub him "Sonaldo Nazario" in reference to the type of goal former Brazilian international Ronaldo would score.[96] On 22 December 2019, facing Chelsea, Son was sent off after raising his boot against Antonio Rüdiger's ribs.[97][98] In January 2020, Son was awarded the Premier League goal of the month for December for his wonder goal.[99] On 16 February 2020, Son scored two goals at Villa Park and earned a 3–2 victory for Tottenham, in which he simultaneously became the first Asian footballer to score 50 goals in the Premier League, with 51 scored goals in 151 Premier League matches.[100] Son played the full game despite suffering a fracture to his arm at the 31st second of the game; the injury may possibly require surgery which would put him out of the team for a number of weeks.[101] Head coach José Mourinho declared at a later stage that he was not optimistic regarding Son's injury and it is likely that the South Korean will be sidelined for the rest of the season.[102]

On 6 April 2020, while the Premier League was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was confirmed that Son would carry out his mandatory military service for South Korea.[103] After completing a two-week quarantine on his return to Korea, he served with the Marine Corps for three weeks on Jeju Island.[104]

International career

Youth and 2011 Asian Cup

Son was a member of the South Korea national team that participated at the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup held in Nigeria.[105] He scored 3 goals in this tournament.

On 24 December 2010, Son was named in South Korea national team's squad for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup,[106] making his debut for the national team in a pre-tournament friendly against Syria on 30 December.[107] At the tournament finals, Son scored his first international goal during a 4–1 group stage defeat of India.[108]

2014 World Cup

On 7 October 2011, after initially missing the first two matches of South Korea's 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign on 2 and 6 September 2011 due to an ankle injury, Son played in a friendly against Poland, and was again featured in 11 October World Cup qualifier against the United Arab Emirates.[109][110] His selection for national team play was a point of concern for Son's father, however, who caused a stir by asking the Korea Football Association not to select his son for the national team in the immediate future so he can rest and mature more as a player. Cho Kwang-rae, then the South Korea head coach, responded by saying that he would continue to call up Son when needed.[111]

Son being interviewed after playing for South Korea in 2013

Son turned down the opportunity to participate in the 2012 London Olympics, opting to concentrate on his club career at Hamburger SV. Son was quoted as saying, "In Korea, an Olympic appearance has a special meaning, but I want to speed up for Hamburg. What matters is to pour all my time into team training."[112] Son did, however, play for the national team in the autumn of 2012 for two 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Lebanon and Iran,[113] and became a regular call-up in friendlies and World Cup qualifying matches in 2013. In the World Cup qualifier against Qatar on 23 March 2013, Son came on as a substitute in the 81st minute and scored the winning goal in the 96th minute.[114]

In June 2014, Son was named in South Korea's squad for the 2014 World Cup.[115] On 22 June, he scored in a 4–2 defeat to Algeria in the team's second group match.[116] The Korea Football Association requested Bayer Leverkusen to allow Son to play in the 2014 Asian Games, as winning the gold medal at the tournament would grant Son exemption from military service. Despite Son affirming his interest and the KFA's efforts, his club at the time, Bayer Leverkusen, refused to release him, as his absence would mean the team would lose him for at least six matches.[117]

2015 Asian Cup

Son was selected for South Korea for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup in Australia. At the quarter-final stage, he scored both of the team's goals in the 2–0 extra time defeat of Uzbekistan.[118] In the final against the hosts, he equalised in added time, but his team lost 2–1 after extra time.[119] He was chosen as one of three forwards in the Team of the Tournament.[120]

2016 Olympics and 2018 World Cup

On 3 September 2015 at the Hwaseong Stadium, Son scored a hat-trick in an 8–0 home win over Laos in the second round of qualification for the 2018 World Cup.[121] In June 2016, Son was named as an over-age player in South Korea's squad for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Son amassed two goals in the group stages with a goal against Fiji and another against Germany, helping his team to top the group with two wins and a draw. South Korea was eliminated by Honduras in the quarterfinals, with Son missing crucial chances.[122]

On 13 June 2017, Son broke his right forearm after falling awkwardly on his arm during a World Cup qualifier match in Doha against Qatar.[123] He was part of the team that saw Korea qualify for the 2018 World Cup after a 0–0 draw against Uzbekistan on 5 September 2017.[124] On 4 June 2018, Son was selected in 23-man squad for the World Cup.[125] On 23 June, Son scored a goal from outside the penalty area – a curling strike into the top corner – though his side was defeated with a 2–1 loss to Mexico in their second group stage match of the World Cup.[126] On 27 June, during their final group stage match, he scored the second goal in the 97th minute in their 2–0 victory over world champions Germany, sealing their elimination.[127]

2018 Asian Games

Son playing for South Korea at 2019 AFC Asian Cup

Son was selected as one of three overage players permitted in the under-23 team for the football event at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.[128] He captained the team in the final game of the group stage against Kyrgyzstan, scoring the only goal of the match to help the team reach the knockout rounds.[129] He also captained the team in the knockout rounds and reached the final after the Taeguk Warriors beat Vietnam, 3–1.[130][131] In the gold medal match, Son assisted in both extra-time goals in a 2–1 victory over Japan, which guaranteed the entire squad's exemption from mandatory military service.[132][133]

2019 Asian Cup

Son was called up as captain for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates by Paulo Bento, but missed the first two group matches due to an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur related to his call-up.[134] Son scored his first offensive point with an assist in the third group game against China.[135] South Korea defeated Bahrain in the knockout stage but Son had nine turnovers in the game.[136] Son returned to London following his team's defeat in the quarterfinals to the eventual champion Qatar.[137]

Style of play

Son is known as a valuable attacker due to his ability to use both feet equally well, and his powerful and accurate shooting. He often played as a second striker but he can also play as a winger, striker and rarely attacking midfielder; he has even been deployed as a wing-back on occasion. Son has confirmed this, saying, "I don't care where I play. The main thing is I'm in the game. I can play as a second striker or behind. Whatever the coach says, I'll do. I don't have a favorite position. I'll be anywhere and always on the throttle."[138][139]

Son's explosive pace and positional sense are also his great strengths. He is known for his ability to find and win space to play, and his close control and clinical finishing with make him a deadly forward, especially on counter-attacks.[140] Moreover, he has drawn praise from teammates and in the media for his selfless work-rate and defensive contribution, and is capable of providing assists for teammates, in addition to scoring goals himself.[139][141]

Son is also noted for his productive goalscoring prowess against Borussia Dortmund, having scored 9 goals in 11 matches against the German club in his career.[142]

Sponsorship and media

Son has a sponsorship deal with sportswear and equipment supplier Adidas.[143]

Career statistics


As of match played 16 February 2020
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup[a] League Cup[b] Europe Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Hamburger SV II 2009–10[144] Regionalliga Nord 6 1 6 1
Hamburger SV 2010–11[144] Bundesliga 13 3 1 0 14 3
2011–12[144] Bundesliga 27 5 3 0 30 5
2012–13[144] Bundesliga 33 12 1 0 34 12
Total 73 20 5 0 78 20
Bayer Leverkusen 2013–14[144] Bundesliga 31 10 4 2 8[c] 0 43 12
2014–15[144] Bundesliga 30 11 2 1 10[c] 5 42 17
2015–16[144] Bundesliga 1 0 0 0 1[c] 0 2 0
Total 62 21 6 3 19 5 87 29
Tottenham Hotspur 2015–16[145] Premier League 28 4 4 1 1 0 7[d] 3 40 8
2016–17[146] Premier League 34 14 5 6 0 0 8[e] 1 47 21
2017–18[147] Premier League 37 12 7 2 2 0 7[c] 4 53 18
2018–19[148] Premier League 31 12 1 1 4 3 12[c] 4 48 20
2019–20[149] Premier League 21 9 4 2 1 0 6[c] 5 32 16
Total 151 51 21 12 8 3 40 17 220 83
Career total 292 93 32 15 8 3 59 22 391 133
  1. ^ Includes DFB-Pokal, FA Cup
  2. ^ Includes League/EFL Cup
  3. ^ a b c d e f Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  4. ^ Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  5. ^ Six appearances and one goal in UEFA Champions League, two appearances in UEFA Europa League


As of match played 19 November 2019[150]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
South Korea U17 2008 10 4
2009 8 3
Total 18 7
South Korea U23 2016 4 2
2018 6 1
Total 10 3
South Korea 2010 1 0
2011 7 1
2012 3 0
2013 11 4
2014 12 2
2015 12 9
2016 6 1
2017 9 3
2018 13 3
2019 13 3
Total 87 26
Career total 115 36
As of match played 19 November 2019. South Korea score listed first, score column indicates score after each Son goal.[150]
International goals by date, venue, cap, opponent, score, result and competition
No. Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition
1 18 January 2011 Al Gharafa Stadium, Doha, Qatar 3  India 4–1 4–1 2011 AFC Asian Cup
2 26 March 2013 Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul, South Korea 13  Qatar 2–1 2–1 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
3 6 September 2013 Incheon Football Stadium, Incheon, South Korea 17  Haiti 1–0 4–1 Friendly
4 4–1
5 15 October 2013 Cheonan Stadium, Cheonan, South Korea 20  Mali 2–1 3–1
6 5 March 2014 Karaiskakis Stadium, Athens, Greece 23  Greece 2–0 2–0
7 22 June 2014 Estádio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre, Brazil 27  Algeria 1–3 2–4 2014 FIFA World Cup
8 22 January 2015 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, Australia 37  Uzbekistan 1–0 2–0 2015 AFC Asian Cup
9 2–0
10 31 January 2015 Stadium Australia, Sydney, Australia 39  Australia 1–1 1–2 2015 AFC Asian Cup Final
11 16 June 2015 Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand 43  Myanmar 2–0 2–0 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
12 3 September 2015 Hwaseong Stadium, Hwaseong, South Korea 44  Laos 2–0 8–0
13 5–0
14 7–0
15 17 November 2015 New Laos National Stadium, Vientiane, Laos 46  Laos 3–0 5–0
16 5–0
17 6 October 2016 Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea 50  Qatar 3–2 3–2
18 10 October 2017 Tissot Arena, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland 59  Morocco 1–3 1–3 Friendly
19 10 November 2017 Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea 60  Colombia 1–0 2–1
20 2–0
21 28 May 2018 Daegu Stadium, Daegu, South Korea 64  Honduras 1–0 2–0
22 23 June 2018 Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don, Russia 69  Mexico 1–2 1–2 2018 FIFA World Cup
23 27 June 2018 Kazan Arena, Kazan, Russia 70  Germany 2–0 2–0
24 26 March 2019 Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul, South Korea 79  Colombia 1–0 2–1 Friendly
25 10 October 2019 Hwaseong Stadium, Hwaseong, South Korea 84  Sri Lanka 1–0 8–0 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification
26 5–0


Tottenham Hotspur

South Korea U17

South Korea U23

South Korea



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