Son Heung-min, who recently suffered from a flu following a facial injury, showed his fighting spirit by playing full-time in his return to the Premier League.
Unfortunately, no goal came out, and Tottenham struggled to draw.
This is Reporter Lee Jeong-chan.
After going to the World Cup, he suffered from fatigue and flu symptoms such as coughing and runny nose, but Son Heung-min started in an away game against Brentford.
Wearing a mask with the number 7 on it, he boldly attempted a header and broke through the dense defense to lead the attack, but all three shots were blocked by the goalkeeper, swallowing regret.
Tottenham's defense was shaky and they were dragged away by giving up two goals to Brentford in mid-table first, but they fought back with stars returning from the World Cup.
England national team Harry Kane scored his 13th goal in the league with a perfect header in the 20th minute of the second half. Six minutes later, Denmark national team Hojbjerg equalized.
Tottenham, who drew 2-2, struggled to take 1 point and remained in 4th place.
Son Heung-min, who played full-time despite not being in such bad condition that he couldn't stand a cough during the interview, promised a better appearance in the second half.
[Son Heung-min/Tottenham striker: Actually, rather than my physical condition, I think I think a lot about how the team (cough) should produce good results and good game results.]
Wolverhampton Hwang Hee-chan also started against Everton and played diligently for 60 minutes, but could not record an attack point.
Wolverhampton won a thrilling come-from-behind victory with Ait Nouri's 'theater goal' in extra time and raised hopes of escaping the relegation zone by rising from last place to 18th place.
(Video editing: Woo Ki-jeong, CG: Seo Seung-hyun, data provided by Sports Chosun)