Heung-min Son dedicates South Korea goal to ex-teammate Christian Eriksen

Child Heung-min communicated something specific of help to previous Tottenham Hotspur partner Christian Eriksen on Sunday after his second-half punishment gave South Korea a 2-1 success over Lebanon in Asia’s second round of World Cup qualifying.

Sonny Saad gave Lebanon an unexpected lead in Goyang after only 12 minutes yet it was deleted from the get-go in the second half by a Song Min-kyu header.

Child changed over a punishment in the 66th moment and seemed to say “Chris, stay solid, I love you,” to TV cameras in a message of help for Eriksen who imploded on the field while playing for Denmark in an Euro 2020 match against Finland on Saturday.Son’s objective, his first for his country since 2019, implies that South Korea is one of the eight gathering champs who will advance consequently to the third round, booked to begin in September. Lebanon should stand by until the second balance closes on Tuesday to discover on the off chance that it goes into the following stage as extraordinary compared to other four other participants.

Propelling a one of the top other participants is additionally the lone way China can add to its sole World Cup appearance in 2002. A success over Group A pioneer Syria on Tuesday will be sufficient yet a draw will leave the group requiring brings about different gatherings to turn out well for its.

Iran, looking for a third progressive World Cup appearance, is additionally in runner up and needs a success over Group C pioneer Iraq in Bahrain to make certain of progressing. In the wake of losing to Iraq and Bahrain in November 2019, Iran has gotten back to frame with three agreeable successes this month, the latest a 10-0 beatdown of Cambodia on Friday.

Australia and Japan have both dominated every one of the seven matches so far in the second round to seal progress early and will expand their ideal records in the event that they rout Jordan and Kyrgyzstan, respectively.After an evening of pain, there’s help. The Danish Football Association has educated that Christian Eriksen, who imploded at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen in no time before half-time during the Group B Euros apparatus against Finland on Saturday, is steady and talking.

The Danish FA, DBU, put out an explanation on Sunday morning that Eriksen is as yet in emergency clinic going through tests. Notwithstanding, specialists haven’t yet uncovered precisely what befallen the 29-year-old Inter Milan midfielder. “Earlier today we have addressed Christian Eriksen, who has sent his good tidings to his colleagues. His condition is steady, and he keeps on being hospitalized for additional assessment,” said the articulation.

It added: “The group and staff of the public group has gotten emergency help and will keep on being there for one another after the previous occurrence.”

Following the episode, the match was suspended. At the point when it continued after almost an hour and 47 minutes of stoppage, Finland beat Denmark by a lone objective. By then, at that point, however, the game and its outcome got coincidental. As Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet expressed: “Denmark lost, life won.”