Tottenham have condemned the ‘abhorrent’ racial abuse directed at Heung-min Son on social media after their 3-1 loss to Manchester United.
The South Korea ahead gave Spurs a 40th-minute lead, earlier than second-half targets from Fred, Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood turned the sport round on Sunday.
However Son was within the highlight earlier than his opener when he went down underneath contact from Scott McTominay within the build-up to a Cavani objective, which was disallowed by referee Chris Kavanagh after a VAR assessment.
Son has since turn out to be the newest Premier League star to be subjected to vile racial abuse on-line as Rhian Brewster, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford and extra have suffered the identical destiny this season.
Tottenham slammed the abuse as a press release learn: “One other matchday and extra abhorrent racial abuse suffered by one in every of our gamers.
“This has once more been reported to the platforms and we will now undertake a full assessment alongside the Premier League to find out the simplest motion transferring ahead.
“We stand with you, Sonny.”
Jose Mourinho emphatically hit again at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s claims that Son had ‘conned’ officers within the incident with McTominay.
The Manchester United boss mentioned: “We shouldn’t be conned. If my son stayed down for 3 minutes and wanted 10 mates to assist him up, he wouldn’t get any meals.”
This led to a fiery response from Mourinho, who was livid with Solskjaer’s feedback.
The Tottenham supervisor mentioned: “It’s very, very unhappy. I feel it’s actually unhappy that you just don’t ask me about that. It’s unhappy you don’t have the ethical truthfully to deal with me the identical means as you deal with others.
“In relation to that, I simply wish to say that Sonny could be very fortunate that his father is a greater individual than Ole. I’m a father.
“I feel as a father you could have at all times to feed your children. Doesn’t matter what they do. If it’s a must to steal to feed your children, you steal.
“I’m very, very upset. As we are saying in Portugal, bread is bread and cheese is cheese.
“I advised Ole already what I take into consideration his feedback and I’m very upset that in 5, six, seven questions you ignore the size of that remark.”