Time now for 'This Week in Sports' and for that we have our sports editor Paul Neat joining us in the studio. Paul, it is proving to be quite the season for Son Heung-min and Tottenham Hotspur - another goal for Son and a huge win?
Yes, you're quite right. Son Heung-min back on the scoresheet, helping to fire Spurs to the top of the EPL table for the first time in six years.
Tottenham overcame four-time Premier League champions Manchester City in a 2-0 win on Saturday. Son Heung-min scored the first of the afternoonsliding the ball under the goalkeeper in the 5th minute. A goal from Lo Celso in the second half then made it 2-0.
Son is now on nine league goals for the season and is the EPL second top scorer.
Sticking with football, it proved to be a weekend of mixed fortunes for the four K League teams involved in the Asian Champions League?
Yes, it turned out to be a difficult weekend.
Ulsan Hyundai were the only K League team to win. They picked up a 3-1 victory over Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua on Saturday nighta team led by former Jeonbuk and Korean National Team manager Choi Kang-hee.
Yoon Bit-garam with two goals, Kim Kee-hee with Ulsan's third.
Earlier in the evening, FC Seoul lost 2-1 to Beijing Guoan.
Then, on Sunday night, Suwon Bluewings picked up a 0-0 draw with Guangzhou Evergrande.
This was before K League champions Jeonbuk Hyundai lost 2-1 Shanghai SIPG.
After being postponed earlier in the season, the Asian Champions League is now being played in a neutral venue in Qatar in a World Cup-style format.
Now, from midnight tonight the Seoul Capital Area will move to Level Two social distancing. What does this mean for professional sports? Will fans still be able to attend?
Yes, but fewer fans will allowed 10% down from 30% of capacity.
But, some breaking news from todayWednesday's K League 2 Playoff Semi-final between Gyeongnam and Daejeon will now be played behind closed doorsdue to an outbreak in the Changwon area.
But Sunday's final in Suwon will be limited to 1,100 fans.
KBL Basketball league has said that it will monitor the situation until December 2nd when the men's season resumes.
WKBL are down to 10% but reverting to behind closed doors will be left to each club's discretion.
Moving to women's golf, another win for South Korean star Kim Sei-young.
That's right. World Number 2 Kim Sei-young picked up her second victory of the season over the weekend.
Kim finished at 14-under 266 and won the title at Pelican Golf Club in Florida on Sunday, beating Ally McDonald of the United States by three strokes.
This comes one month after she won the 2020 KPMG Women's PGA Championships,making it her second win for the season, and 12 tour victories in total.
Kim now leads the Player of the Year points with 106.
And finally, to baseballthe KBO Korean Series looks set to go right down to the wire this year?
Yes, it certainly does. NC Dinos and current Champions Doosan Bears are tied at 2-2 in the best-of-seven series.
NC Dinos won Tuesday's first game 5-3 before Doosan leveled the series a day later with a 5-4 win.
It was advantage Doosan on Friday, the bears winning 7-6 before NC won 3-zero on Saturday.
Game Five got underway at 6:30 PM this evening with Doosan looking for back-to-back titles, NC are looking for a first ever Korean Series win.
Thank-you for that, Paul. We will see you next week.