Heung-Min Son starred as Tottenham demolished West Ham.
South Korean international Heung-Min Son showed no ill effects of the international break as he starred in Tottenham's win over West Ham.
The £22 million summer signing went straight back into the starting line-up, and showed the sort of form he was displaying at Spurs before his injury.
Son provided an assist for Kyle Walker's excellent goal, displaying once again there is more to his game than just scoring himself.
Here is a look at how his performance compared to his three previous Premier League starts for Tottenham since signing.
|Match||Key Passes||Passing Accuracy||Shots On Target||Successful Final Third Passes||Assists||Goals||Mins Played|
|Son Heung-Min||Tottenham vs West Ham||3||89%||2||17||1||0||85|
|Son Heung-Min||Tottenham vs C. Palace||2||78%||2||14||0||1||79|
|Son Heung-Min||Tottenham vs Man City||0||63%||2||2||0||0||77|
|Son Heung-Min||Sunderland vs Tottenham||0||75%||0||7||0||0||62|
At White Hart Lane against West Ham, Son recorded more final third passes, a higher pass completion rate, and created more chances than any league match so far.
He is only just getting started as a Tottenham player, and already he is setting a high bar which he will aspire to match, and outperform.
With a huge game next up against Chelsea, Spurs will need Son to continue his excellent early performances for the club, and help them land another big three points in their battle to qualify for a Champions League spot next season.