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Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Pedro Obiang's Goal Was Better Than Mine- Son Heung-Min

Pedro Obiang's Goal Was Better Than Mine- Son Heung-Min

West Ham United managed to get a point from their contest with Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday night at Wembley Stadium and fans were delighted with the performance of one of their defender's on social media.

Though the player refused to discuss details of what had happened, it is likely a response to an ugly incident which he experienced in November when he was racially abused by a West Ham fan near the Spurs training ground.

The reference to DVDs is a racial taunt often used against Asian footballers, with Millwall fans subjecting Son to chants of "DVD" and "He's selling three for a fiver" during their FA Cup quarter-final clash with Spurs last season.

West Ham went ahead late on in the second half when Pedro Obiang scored a thunderbolt past a diving Hugo Lloris, leaving the France global goalkeeper no chance of stopping his effort.

Although West Ham summoned three shots all evening compared to the...

I think it's a foul - he gets the ball but he's endangering the opponent.

Pochettino said: "I am not concerned". "I'm living my dream but I can't believe it", he added. "I'm playing Premier League but I'm still very hungry". Not a bad return for a player who Tottenham looked set to sell in 2016 after less than a year in north London. I think I can still play better.

There were even calls for Aurier to be banned - but that seems unlikely at best, yet the scissor tackle is certainly providing a talking point, with Tim Sherwood and Joe Cole disagreeing over it.

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