Tottenham striker Heung-min Son ended his Premier League goalscoring drought this season with a spectacular 14-minute hat-trick against Leicester on Saturday.
Son was benched by Spurs manager Antonio Conte for the first time in 2022/23 but reacted in spectacular fashion after replacing Richarlison just before the hour mark.
With Spurs 3-2 at the time and looking somewhat nervous, Son completely changed the game with a superb run and fabulous finish.
The South Korean, who shared the Premier League’s Top Scorer Golden Boot with Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah last season, struck his first of the campaign with a magnificent right-footed effort from range after 73 minutes.
Son then curled in an equally astonishing second with his left from the edge of the area after a pass from Harry Kane after 84 minutes and completed his hat-trick two minutes later.
That latest goal came as he latched on to a pass from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and beat Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward, but had a nervous wait as the strike was initially ruled out for offside before a VAR check only confirms he was just wide.
Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Rodrigo Bentancur were also on target for Spurs, still unbeaten and now second behind Manchester City on goal difference.