SON HEUNG-MIN was given a dressing down by Arsenal ace Sokratis Papastathopoulos at full-time over his disgraceful dive to win a penalty for Tottenham.
The Spurs ace was guilty of a shocking bit of simulation which tricked referee Mike Dean into pointing to the spot during the North London derby.
Sky Sports5 Sokratis made a point of talking with Son
Sky Sports5 He wagged his finger at the Korean
Sky Sports5 It was clear how the Arsenal defender felt about the situation
Harry Kane stepped up to take the penalty and dispatched it to give Tottenham a 2-1 lead at the Emirates.
Thankfully for the integrity of the game, justice was done with Arsenal coming back to win the match 4-2.
But that didn’t stop Sokratis from making his feelings known to the South Korea international after the final whistle.
The defender was seen having strong words with his opponent and then wagging his finger in Son’s face.
In riposte, Son appeared to deny wrongdoing before walking away.
AFP or licensors5 Son wasn't touched by Holding
Sky Sports5 Sokratis was intent on getting his views across despite Son walking off
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The incident followed one of the great North London derbies with the match see-sawing one way and the other.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring from the spot before Eric Dier headed in an equaliser for Tottenham and Kane struck from the spot.
But Arsenal came from behind, not for the first time this season, to seal the win.
Aubameyang equalised with a fine strike from outside the box and substitute Alexandre Lacazette’s deflected effort gave the Gunners the lead. Lucvas Torreira scored three minutes later to end the tie.