Tottenham star Son explains his gesture towards the West Ham fans

West Ham hold Tottenham 1-1

Caught on the footage but off camera, another man asks him whether he can get him a copy of the new "Planet of the Apes" film, and asks: "DVDs, you do DVDs?"

Pedro Obiang and Son Heung-min traded incredible goals as the London derby between Tottenham and West Ham at Wembley finished 1-1.

The incident occurred only 6 months after Son was subjected to chants of "DVD" and "he's selling three for a fiver" by travelling Millwall fans.

Son's long-range screamer on 84 minutes earned Tottenham a 1-1 draw in a rather drab encounter at Wembley and it went in at the end where the West Ham fans were seated. "But I think they knew why I did it and that's it".

They ended the contest with 31 attempts to West Ham's three but were staring a costly defeat in the face when Obiang scored with the visitors' first attempt on goal.

Speaking after the match, Son said: "It was nothing special, I don't want to talk about it". "I'm living my dream but I can't believe it", he added. "I'm playing Premier League but I'm still very hungry".

'I have to say there's not many teams looking favourites when coming up against those teams just now.

'I actually think it was individual mistakes in the games that are costing us, so we either have to eradicate it or find people who are not going to make the individual mistakes'.

There were even calls for Aurier to be banned - but that seems unlikely at best, yet the scissor tackle is certainly providing a talking point, with Tim Sherwood and Joe Cole disagreeing over it.

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