According to Evening Standard, Heung-min Son-Spurs star player-has to quarantine himself because of the COVID-19 scare. He is self-isolating right now.
Heung-min Son has to quarantine himself after four members of his South Korea team are positive for COVID-19. Son was not part of those four infected players, but he also had to isolate himself. Other members of the South Korea team also have to isolate themselves in the hotel room in order to wait for any further notice. The testing process of coronavirus will decide whether the friendly game between South Korea and Mexico should take place.
The game is set on Saturday night in Australia.
Lee Dong-jun, Kwon Chang-hoon, Hwang In-beom, goalkeeper Jo Hyeon-woo are four players of the South Korea team positive for coronavirus. Besides them, an unidentified staff of the managing team is positive for the virus.
A variety of international camps were attacked by coronavirus earlier this week. The list includes Egypt and Ireland while Liverpool star Mohamed Salah and Preston North End midfielder Alan Browne are positive for the virus.
Earlier this year, Son also had to isolate himself when he came back to South Korea for the inevitable army training.
In this season, the number. 7 player is currently showing outstanding form. He accompanied Harry Kane to score a total of 15 goals. The powerful partnership also established a record last week when they became the second-most efficient partnership in English Premier League history. Without the service of the South Korean player, Jose Mourinho will have to depend on Harry Kane solely.
The Englishman has already scored for Spurs 200 goals throughout his career, and he is the irreplaceable option of Mourinho right now. Son will be out for about 2 weeks, and hopefully, we will all see the fierce form of the Korean attacker soon.
via Bleacher Report