S. Korea draws against Paraguay, Son continues to impress
Updated: 2022-06-11 10:31:44 KST
Turning to some football action now.
South Korea managed to tie things up with 2 goals against Paraguay in their latest Pre-World Cup friendly at home on Friday.
Midfielder Jeong Woo-yeong scored the last-minute equalizer.
But the captain of the squad imposed his presence as well.
Son Heung-min scored a free-kick goal to help ensure the come-from-behind draw.
The Premier League Golden Boot winner fired one into the top left corner for his 33rd international score, joining Lee Dong-guk to rank 4th in that category.
This comes after the Tottenham star earned the right to stand shoulder to shoulder with legends like Cha Beom-keun and Park Ji-sung with more than 100 international showings while donning the taeguk patch, becoming only the 16th player to do so.