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South Korea fans pay tribute to Son Heung-Min’s orbital injury by donning protective mask


South Korea fans pay tribute to Son Heung-Min’s fractured eye socket by donning Zorro-like protective masks in the stands during World Cup opener against Uruguay

South Korea fans across the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan have donned replica protective facemasks as a tribute to Son Heung-Min’s orbital injury.

As Paulo Bento’s side took to the pitch for their World Cup opener against Uruguay, the South Korea captain appeared for the first time since since being forced off whilst playing for Tottenham in the Champions League.

The 30-year-old could be seen…



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