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Tottenham Hotspurs beat Luton Town at home

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On Mar. 30, Tottenham Hotspurs emerged victorious from a Premier League match against Luton Town. This game also marked the return of the team’s captain Son Heung Min from the Korean national team.

He immediately had an impact on the team, scoring the winning goal for the Spurs. Initially, they conceded a goal in the first half to Luton Town’s midfielder Taith Chong. Still, they were able to tie the game in the second half by forcing an own goal with a sharp cross from Brenon Johnson.

At the 41st-minute mark, Son made a through pass which connected back to him in front of the goal. “Son’s finish was deflected on a Luton Town defender and the goalkeeper couldn’t properly handle it,” Timothy Cha (9), varsity soccer player, said. “I think this goal shows Son’s composure and clutch ability, even after a harsh schedule flying in from Korea.”

This was Son’s 15th goal this season, and the 160th goal as a Tottenham player, becoming just the fifth player to reach this count in the history of the team. Critics have also viewed this game as the right direction for the franchise after their 3-0 loss to Fulham before Son left for the international matches with Thailand.

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Danny Donghyun Han
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Danny is a junior reporter for Tiger Times. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing different sports like football and basketball, listening to hip-hop, and talking to his friends. Danny is a big fan of the Raptors and hopes to find some other fans of his team.

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