Son shines for Spurs to make case for Juventus start

Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates with his team mates during The Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round Replay between Tottenham Hotspur and Rochdale

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Tottenham next face Juventus in the Champions League last 16 at Wembley on Wednesday after a 2-2 draw in Turin.

The atmosphere at the John Smith's Stadium has been terrific all season long, and the manager has called on the fans to once again spur the team on in both games. We've highlighted him a few times now.

The White Hart Lane faithful had been calling for Son to be given the chance to get a hat-trick, having been substituted in the 70 minute, however, they were delighted with the impact he made during the game.

Former Tottenham Hotspur forward Garth Crooks has hailed the emergence of Heung-Min Son, who he feels is quickly becoming a key player under Mauricio Pochettino.

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Despite the spectre of Juventus looming, Pochettino named his strongest available side, and Spurs could have been out of sight had Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen shown the same composure in front of goal as Son.

Hugo Lloris saved well from Tom Ince on the break but Huddersfield's hopes of a point were extinguished 54 minutes in, as Son headed Kane's bouncing cross from the right beyond the static Lossl and into the net.

The Lilywhites could hardly be in better home form as they prepare for arguably their biggest match of the season so far against Juventus.

Son was in a class of his own all afternoon and it was little surprise he showed more poise than his teammates to finally open the scoring 27 minutes in.

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Son Heung-min scored on either side of half-time to keep the pressure on Manchester United and Liverpool in the race for second place and denied the visitors three consecutive Premier League wins.

However, seconds later the game was over as a contest when Son stooped to head home at the back post.

This was Tottenham's fourteenth home league match without defeat and Pochettino was quick to praise his side for the way they have turned Wembley into a fortress during this campaign: "I am so pleased".

Speaking to Sky Sports after full-time, he said: "We got beaten by quality".

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And Wagner said: "The seconds before the second goal shows everything".

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