Tottenham striker Son Heung-min made a historic Sunday with a whopping four goals, including the first hat-trick in the Premier League.
Son Heung-min started as a flanking striker in the second round of the league with Southampton at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton, England, scoring four goals, leading Tottenham's 5-2 victory.
With this, Son Heung-min made his first hat-trick in the EPL game five years after joining Tottenham in 2015 and set the record for the most scoring in one game after his professional debut.
Heung-min Son previously recorded his first hat-trick on England's stage in the FA Cup quarterfinal against Millwall on March 13, 2017.
Son Heung-min, who had been silent in the league opening match and the second round of Europa League qualifiers earlier, reportedly reported the 1st to 4th goals in the season at a time, signaling the start of the new season's goal hunting.
Son Heung-min also played 12 games against Southampton until this day, scoring 10 goals and 4 assists, continuing an exceptionally strong side with the team.
Son Heung-min started the extra time goal feast in the first half, behind 1-0.
In a counterattack, Harry Kane took a cross and shook the net with a right footed shot.
Son Heung-min flew again at the beginning of the second half.
In the 2nd minute of the second half, Kane took an infiltrating pass and broke the goal with a left-footed shot.
Son Heung-min's race did not stop here.
In the 19th minute of the second half, Kane's penetration pass, this time finishing with a right-footed shot, completed a hat-trick. 9 minutes later, Kane's diagonal cross was captured with chest trapping and left footed to shake the net.
After Son Heung-min's 4 goals, Harry Kane, who fluttered with 4 assists, scored a key goal in the 37th minute of the second half, and Tottenham won 5-2.
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