For the second time in history. A rare incident occurred in an EPL match. Video
Tottenham's South Korean striker Son Heung-min scored a rare goal in the match of the 14th round of the English Premier League against Manchester City (3:3). The captain of the visitors scored with an interval of 4 minutes in between.
In the 6th minute, City took a corner, but Tottenham was able to quickly recover and effectively counterattack. Son Heung-min, 31, was able to escape from Jérémy Dock and then beat Citizens defender Ederson before firing a shot that was well saved by the goalkeeper.
Four minutes later, the Korean scored again, but this time in his own net, cutting the ball after a free kick.
This is only the second time in the history of the English Premier League that the same player has scored both goals in the first 10 minutes of a match.
The first time this was done was by Aston Villa midfielder Garrett Barry. In 1999, he managed to score in his own goal and the goal of Charlton.