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Spurs fans call for Son Heung-min to take over set piece duties from club mate Harry Kane

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Spurs fans have heaped praise on Son Heung-min after he continued his impressive return to form by scoring a scintillating free kick to earn South Korea a late draw with fellow World Cup qualifiers Costa Rica.

Wolves striker Hwang Hee-chan put the 2002 World Cup semi-finalists ahead at the Deokyang Eoulim Nuri Stadium before Costa Rica struck back twice, and looked set to hold onto the win as the game reached its final stages.

However, after South Korea were awarded a free kick, Son levelled the game by smashing his set piece into the top corner to avoid defeat in the team's penultimate friendly ahead of the tournament in Qatar.

Son Heung-min scored a late equaliser for South Korea in a friendly against Costa Rica The 30-year-old's free kick marked his third goal in his last four games on international duty In the aftermath of Son's sensational set piece, Spurs fans took to Twitter to question why the forward hasn't been entrusted with taking free kicks at club level: One user wondered why Harry Kane is still Tottenham's free kick taker: 'If Kane ever takes a free kick for Spurs again I want his contract voided' Another added: 'How many free kicks does he need to make for his country before Spurs allow him to do it for them?

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