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Hamburg’s Son Heung-Min Gallops 60m Before Cracking In From Edge Of The Area vs Austria Vienna (Video)

By Chris Wright

With the Bundesliga still on winter break until next weekend, most German sides are off playing friendlies to keep themselves limber, with Hamburger SV taking on Austria Vienna yesterday – a game lit up by in-demand 20-year-old South Korean international Son Heung-Min’s (Tottenham are said to be circling) galloping solo effort.

Definitely worth a gander…

Nice. The game also played host to a passage of the most inept stewardship you’re likely to see for a while after a pitch invader burst onto the greenery in the second half…

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By Chris on January 13th, 2013 in Bundesliga, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

5 Responses to “Hamburg’s Son Heung-Min Gallops 60m Before Cracking In From Edge Of The Area vs Austria Vienna (Video)”

  1. Joshua says:

    An amazing talent he is; definitely has the potential the surpass his legendary countryman Cha Bum-Kun (or also known as Cha Boom for his thunderous goals)

  2. porcelain sandwich says:

    Best South Korean around. Don’t leave Hamburg Son, we need you.

  3. Vasko says:

    First time I’ve seen this guy, who does he compare to in terms of playing style?

  4. V says:

    He sometimes resembles a young Ronaldo Lima for his power, speed and eagerness to shoot with both feet. I’d say that is his style.

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