Son Heung-min shines as Tottenham come from behind to beat Wycombe

28 January 2017 05:23
Shortly after Roger East’s final whistle, the wonderful players of Wycombe Wanderers trooped back on to the pitch to accept the applause of their defiant travelling supporters. They looked as though they had the weight of the world on their shoulders. Breathing heavily, dragging their feet across the muddy grass, their bodies aching, you could have been forgiven for thinking they had each just finished a marathon. Not quite. But they had just run the race of their lives, only to falter with the finishing line in sight.The side from League Two had come agonisingly close to pulling off one of the great FA Cup upsets and had given Tottenham Hotspur, a team gearing themselves for an assault on the Premier League title, an almighty fright on their own ground. Related: Branislav Ivanovic proves the unlikely star as Chelsea rout Brentford Related: Sterling leads the way as Manchester City ease past struggling Crystal Palace Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian