Tottenham star is available this weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur attacker Heung-Min Son is available this coming weekend after an appeal against his red card was overturned.
Son had been dismissed for a challenge leading up the Andre Gomes’ leg break in Sunday’s clash with Everton.
BBC Sport report the sending off was overturned and the South Korea international is available to face Sheffield United this weekend.
Former Spurs star Gary Lineker believes this is the right decision. He commented on Twitter after the ban was rescinded.
Son wins his appeal against the red card he received on Sunday. Right decision and a kick up the backside for VAR.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 5, 2019
Son has travelled as part of Tottenham’s squad to face Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League.
He will be available for the Premier League game against Sheffield United at the weekend, providing he is ready mentally, having been left saddened by Gomes’ leg break.
Sheffield United fans are unlikely to be pleased by the decision, but in this case, taking the emotion of Gomes’ injury out of the equation, it appears the Premier League have made the correct move.
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