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Spurs forward Son Heung-Min suffers 'racist' attack as Wanyama reacts to Tottenham's win over Millwall

GOSSIP & RUMOURS By Game Yetu | March 12th 2017
Son was able to perform at his best despite racist abuse from some of the travelling fans

Millwall fans appeared to racially abuse Tottenham forward Son Heung-Min during their side's FA Cup defeat at White Hart Lane, according to the Mirror.

Chants of "DVD" and "three for a fiver", apparently in reference to the sale of pirated films, coursed through the away end each time Son touched the ball in the last-eight clash.

But the 24-year-old South Korea international silenced the visiting support by scoring a hat-trick as Spurs ran out 6-0 winners to progress to the semi-finals.

Wanyama takes to Twitter and instagram to celebrate

Following 6-0 win, Victor Wanyama took to Twitter and instagram to celebrate the victorious outcome by posting a picture captioned: "Off to Wembley for the FA cup semifinal #coys"

 

Off to Wembley for the FA cup semifinal #coys

A post shared by Victor Wanyama (@victorwanyama) on

Victor Wanyama powered a header against the crossbar as Tottenham pressed for the second goal, which arrived in spectacular fashion from Son in the 41st minute.

Picked out by Eriksen on the edge of the area, Son cut inside and curled a sublime shot past King.

Son's first goal since January was the perfect way to silence some unsavoury taunts aimed at him by Millwall fans, and the South Korean wasn't finished yet.

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