Son Heung-min's 100th goal in Tottenham's career has disappeared due to a clear misconception.

In the League Cup quarterfinals, there was no video reading, so he was judged offside.

This is Ha Seong-ryong.


Son Heung-min shook the net with an exquisite chip shot after receiving a pass from Harry Kane after being substituted for the second half in the league cup quarterfinal against Stoke City in the second division team.

After infiltrating the backspace, the finish was perfect, but the goal was canceled when the assistant referee declared offside.

It was an obvious coming.

At the moment of Kane's pass, it's easy to see that one defender is closer to the opponent's goal than Son Heung-min, but the video readout was not applied until the League Cup quarterfinals, so the decision remained the same.

British media and director Mourinho have condemned it.

[Director Murinho/Tottenham: Sohn Heung-min's goal would have been recognized as a goal if there was a VAR (video reading).

After Son Heung-min joined Tottenham, his 100th goal was lost due to the coming of his career, and Tottenham won 3-1 with Bale's sensational heading goal, Davis medium-range gun, and Kane's strong wedge goal to reach the quarterfinals.

Tottenham, aiming to win the League Cup in 12 years, meets second division team Brentford in the semi-finals.


Manchester United beat Everton with a streak of goals by Kabani and Marsial in the last minute of the second half to advance to the quarterfinals, vying for the finals with local rivals Man City.

(Video editing: Kim Byung-jik)