Tottenham striker Son Heung-min, with a firearm and an army uniform as he completes his, military training in South Korea during the coronavirus pandemic
Tottenham striker Son Heung-min returned to South Korea in April to undergo compulsory military training.
Son is required to undergo a four weeks military, training as mandated for all males from the Age of 28, according to South Korean law.
He was subjected to tear gas, going for long walks, and was taught how to fire weapons on Jeju Island during his time.
And he was captured on Wednesday with a firearm and full army gear.
He was expected to be out for the rest of the season after he suffered a broken arm in the league game.
The South Korean forward Is expected to return to whit Hart Lane after he completed his training, he was awarded for his sharp shooting skills.
Spurs resumed individual training for players while maintaining social distancing
The premier league have plans to conclude the 2019/20 season campaign by July. Son will be key to Jose Mourinho’s side when the league resumes.