Son Heung-min’s Shocking Finger Fight: Explosive Altercation Revealed Ahead of Asia Cup Semifinal

South Korean striker and Tottenham star Son Heung-min suffered a finger injury after an altercation with teammates on the eve of the loss to Jordan in the Asian Cup semifinals.

During a team dinner, several young players, including Paris SG striker Lee Kang-in, left to play table tennis.

Son Heung-min and other more experienced players complained about this attitude.

The situation escalated and a fight broke out in the dining room, during which Son was injured in the finger while trying to defuse the situation.

Despite the injury, the South Korean captain played the match with two fingers of his right hand in splints.

South Korea, considered favorites for the title, surprisingly lost to Jordan 2-0 in a match played on February 5 in Doha, Qatar.

Son Heung-min, 31, tried to avoid an assault by Lee, 22, during the altercation. Upon his return to England, Son still wore his bandage in Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Brighton last Saturday.

Following these reports, Lee posted a message on his Instagram account apologizing to the home fans for his behavior.

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