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05/01/2018 - 10:57 BST

Tottenham Star Feels Sorry For Fans After West Ham Draw

 




Heung-Min Son has admitted that he feels sorry for the Tottenham Hotspur fans, following Spurs’ 1-1 draw with West Ham United on Thursday evening.

Mauricio Pochettino’s team, who headed into the game at Wembley on the back of three consecutive wins, dominated proceedings against the Hammers.




But Tottenham found themselves trailing against the run of play in the 70th minute when Pedro Obiang found the back of the net with a stunning long-distance effort.

Spurs, who had 31 shots compared to West Ham’s three in the match, equalised eight minutes from time through Son’s spectacular strike from 30 yards out.

 


And the South Korea international, who admitted that his side deserved more than a point from the game, was apologetic towards the supporters and his team-mates.

"I'm really upset not to get the three points, everyone is”, Son told Spurs TV.

“We deserved more. Sometimes football is like this.

“Their goal was a great strike, Hugo [Lloris] could do nothing about that.

“After that we showed good mentality, came back strong and created chances.

“We fought until the last moment.

“I just feel sorry for my team-mates and the fans who came to support us."


Tottenham, who are currently fifth in the Premier League table, will next take on League One outfit Wimbledon in an FA Cup contest on Sunday.