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Spurs smash Burnley thanks to a hat-trick from Son.

Tottenham came from a goal behind to demolish Burnley at Turf Moor and maintain their unblemished start to the Premier League season. Son Heung-min scored a hat-trick.

Lyle Foster executed a magnificent, flowing play to give the Clarets an early lead, but Son’s precise finish equalized 12 minutes later, and the visitors never looked back.

They controlled the remainder of the half, and Cristian Romero’s curling attempt from the edge of the box sealed the comeback on the stroke of halftime.

James Maddison added to his great start to the season with a peach of a goal nine minutes into the second half, looping past James Trafford after Burnley had given the visitors possession within their own half.

Son side-footed past Trafford for his second goal of the game, then completed his triple with a low drive after latching on to Pedro Porro’s wonderful through play.

In stoppage time, Josh Brownhill’s superb finish drew one back for Burnley, but it was only a consolation.

Spurs, who were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Fulham on Tuesday, already have ten points from their first four games, while Burnley have yet to score.

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Spurs continue to amaze, with Son as their star.
Tottenham were punished for a poor start at Turf Moor, but Son ignited the visitors with his first goal of the game before putting the final touches on yet another impressive performance from Ange Postecoglou’s club.

Spurs took full advantage of the spaces created by Burnley after their skipper’s equalizer calmed his nerves and could have won by a larger margin.


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