Tottenham's Heung-min Son shines with two goals for South Korea vs Davinson Sanchez's Colombia

ALEX YOUNG
On form: Heung-min Son followed up Sunday's winner over Crystal Palace with two goals on Friday: Getty Images

Heung-min Son got the better of Tottenham team-mate Davinson Sanchez with two goals for South Korea to beat Colombia on Friday.

The forward, fresh from scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win for Spurs over Crystal Palace on Sunday, took just 11 minutes to break the deadlock in the friendly.

Lee Keung-Ho's lofted ball forward diverted off Kwon Chang-Hoon and fell straight into Son's path. The forward controlled the ball, turned away from Cristian Zapata and John Stefan Medina and poked the ball past a flat-footed Leandro Castellanos for the opener.

Son grabbed his, and South Korea's, second on the hour mark by once again getting the better of Zapata as he shielded the ball from the centre-back as Sanchez closed in before firing low at Castellanos. The goalkeeper's right-handed save was weak and the ball squirmed over the line.

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