Heung-Min Son experienced a rather underwhelming debut performance for Tottenham versus Sunderland.
Ryan Mason's late strike proved the difference between the two sides, as Mauricio Pochettino's Lilywhites emerged victorious following a somewhat lacklustre display.
Making his English top flight bow, Son was afforded sixty-minutes of action and the opportunity to impress his new fans.
However, while we witnessed brief glimpses of the 23-year-old's quality, it proved to be a rather underwhelming start to life as Spurs' new number '7'.
|Position||Total Shots||Shot Accuracy (%)||Key Passes||Accurate passes||Pass Completion (%)||Successful Dribbles||Occasions Dispossessed||Tackles Won||Mins Played|
The South Korean midfielder's weekend involvement saw him record two shots at goal - neither of which hit the target - while he completed 75% of his total attempted passes.
However, this proved to be the extent of his efforts as he failed to create a single chance for his new teammates throughout his cameo.