Spurs Boss Postecoglou Salutes ‘World-Class’ Son Heung-min Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou hailed “world-class” Son Heung-min after the Korea star capped a hectic week by inspiring his club’s dramatic 2-1 win against Brighton, Saturday. Postecoglou’s side were seconds away from being held to a frustrating draw in north London until Son rode to the rescue. His superb cross provided Brennan Johnson with the chance to fire home in the fourth-minute of stoppage-time. It was a welcome boost for Son after he jetted back from the Asian Cup this week following Korea’s shock semi-final defeat against Jordan. Postecoglou introduced Son and Johnson with 28 minutes left and the duo helped Tottenham maintain their top four challenge after Pape Sarr’s 61st-minute goal cancelled out Pascal Gross’ penalty for Brighton in the 17th minute. Paying tribute to Son for his crucial cameo, Postecoglou said: “Maybe the nation he plays for works against him but I think he’s a world-class player **[온라인카지노](https://www.casinositewiki.com)** ”You look at his record in the Premier League, the toughest league in the world, his goal contributions irrespective of how the team’s gone through the time he’s been here have always been right up there.” Even this year, before he left, I think he was probably the best attacking player in the competition, just my opinion obviously. Certainly he’d be up there. “He’s a world-class player. Richarlison obviously stepped up in terms of goal threat, and a few other players, but to have a world-class player for the run-in is brilliant for us.”