Heung-min Son always brings the news that makes me feel good these days.

Son Heung-min won the FIFA Puskas Award for the best goal in the world this year for his 70-meter storm run goal in Burnley.

It is the first Korean player and the second ever in Asia.

This is Yoo Byung-min.


Son Heung-min was the protagonist of this year's best goal at the FIFA Puskas Award, awarded to the world's best goal.

Son Heung-min ran 70m against Burnley in December last year, beat six defenders and shook the net, creating excitement.

With this wonder goal, Son Heung-min swept the Premier League's best goal award from various media such as the BBC, and won the FIFA Puskas Award, the world's most prestigious.

[Son Heung-min/Tottenham: It is the best.

It's the best.

When I got the ball, I started dribbling because there was nowhere to pass.

It was a really amazing and beautiful goal.]

Son Heung-min's Puskas Award was the first Korean player and the second Asian player after Malaysia's Subri in 2016, who gave a wild free kick.

Tottenham's club delivered news of the award on social media in real time, and coach Mourinho was delighted with the news of the student's award.

[Director Jose Mourinho/Tottenham: While going home, I was watching the FIFA awards ceremony.

Son Heung-min received Puskas, which is a natural result because it is the best goal.]

Heung-min Son, who marked a new milestone in Korean football by winning the Puskas Prize, is aiming for the 100th goal in Tottenham's career against Leicester City this weekend.