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Son Heung-min was reported to have dislocated his finger after an altercation with a teammate the night before South Korea’s surprise exit from the Asian Cup.
A fight broke out between Son and his teammates while they were eating on the eve of their semi-final match against Jordan, which they lost 2-0 on February 6.
The young team members were reportedly finishing their food so they could run outside and play table tennis.
However, Son was upset with them for leaving early instead of joining for food and took issue with PSG’s Lee-Kang-in.
A war of words led to a fight that left Tottenham ace Son with a dislocated finger.
Son Heung-min is alleged to have dislocated his finger after a fight with a South Korean teammate.
The Tottenham captain was seen wearing a brace on his fingers during their Asian Cup semi-final against Jordan.
He came off the Spurs bench on Saturday still wearing a bandage on his finger.
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A source said Sun: ‘The fight came out of nowhere. Some of the younger players ate very quickly and let the rest of the team play ping pong.
‘Son asked them to come back and sit down when they said some disrespectful things to him.
‘Within seconds, the line extended to the dining area and the players were being separated.
“The son seriously injured his finger trying to calm everyone down.”
Son still played in the 2-0 loss to Jordan the next day, with a bandage on the middle finger of his right hand.
Son was reportedly involved in a fight with his teammates during some downtime in camp.
The injury did not prevent the player from competing in the 2-0 loss to the eventual runners-up of the tournament.
South Korea’s elimination against them was a big surprise, especially considering Jordan had never made it past the semi-finals before.
Son returned to Spurs duty on Saturday, coming off the bench in the 2-1 win over Brighton with the bandage still adorning his finger.