Heung-Min Son scored for the second game in succession.
2016 Rio Olympics - Men's First Round - Group C Fiji v South Korea
Tottenham Hotspur attacker Heung-Min Son has begun to answer questions over his form - by finding it on duty with South Korea's Olympic team.
The former Bayer Leverkusen man was substituted early in the woeful final game of the season against Newcastle, after which The Telegraph claimed he could be sold, and then failed to seize his chance to shine during the team's Australian tour in pre-season.
Tottenham's Heung Min Son in action with Atletico Madrid's Saul Niguez
Now he is back on track, at the Olympics, where he has scored two goals in two games.
After helping South Korea to a 8-0 win over Fiji on Friday in which he scored, Son faced a tougher task last night against a Germany side which included Arsenal's Serge Gnabry.
Son rose to the challenge, scoring once and providing an assist in a competitive 3-3 draw.
He is next in action on Wednesday against Mexico, where his nation need a draw to progress to the next phase of the competition.
Son Heung Min celebrates scoring the first goal for Tottenham Hotspur
Son had seemed like a player low on confidence in a Spurs shirt in recent outings, and this could be just what he needs to lift his spirits.
When he arrived at Spurs last season he was bright and full of energy, and if they can get that player back, then the 24-year-old can potentially be a very important player for them this campaign.
Here is a look at how fans reacted to his latest exploits...
Just a word on Son. His foot injury is now fully better. We will see the best of him this season. Watch him go. Great player #COYS— Jai Pushkin (@JaiP72) August 7, 2016
really like Son. Going to get a nice 12 goals this season. #coys— Raphael Harris (@rapharris_) August 7, 2016