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Arsenal fans tell Son Heung-min he has ‘blood on his hands’ for miss v Man City


Son Heung-Min of Tottenham Hotspur takes a shot which is saved in the Premier League clash against Manchester City

Son Heung-min ‘did everything he could not to score’, say Arsenal fans (Picture: Getty)

Arsenal fans are furious with Son Heung-min and have told the Tottenham star he has ‘blood on his hands’ for a missed chance against Manchester City.

The Gunners desperately needed their north London rivals to do them a favour against Pep Guardiola’s men but they suffered a 2-0 defeat on Tuesday night.

City’s victory means they are firmly in the driving seat to land this season’s Premier League trophy but Arsenal can still come out on top on the final day.

Despite not being out of the title race, Arsenal fans have been left upset with Son, who wasted a big opportunity to equalise before Erling Haaland’s second goal.

In the 86th minute, when City only had a one-goal lead, Spurs captain Son was played clean through on goal and looked almost certain to score.

Son, who was positioned just right of centre, looked to slot home in the far corner but Stefan Ortega pulled off an incredible save, sticking out a leg to deny him.

‘Nah Son has blood on his hands after that,’ @AFTVMedia posted on X. ‘Heung-min Son better never score another 1 on 1 for the rest of his life.’

Son Heung-Min applauded Spurs fans after losing to Man City (Picture: Getty)

‘Son will the most hated player of all time for me,’ @iamcryptogunner added.

‘Son did everything he could not to score this game,’ @raz_rodgers said.

‘Son knows what he’s doing,’ @NjokeSteve posted. ‘Investigate him.’

What a vital save that is in the title race from Stefan Ortega! 😲 pic.twitter.com/XatVw2GetK

— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 14, 2024

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Daniel Sturridge, working as a pundit for Sky Sports, watched Son’s missed chance and said: ‘Look at his body shape. There’s only one place he’s going to put it.

‘Look at the goalkeeper, how low he is, he doesn’t move and he is patient. He is waiting. It’s very difficult for Son to go for the near post.’

Jamie Carragher, working on commentary duties, watched Son’s missed chance live and added: ‘Arsenal fans all over the world are two-footing the television!’

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