Tottenham aforementioned Son Heung-min She was subjected to “absolutely condemnable online racial harassment” after she was rated. Premier League to win West Ham.
The Son sealed the club’s 2-0 win by scoring Tottenham’s second goal in Sunday afternoon’s London derby after coming as a backup.
However, the Spurs said later in the evening that they were notified of racist harassment against the South Korean international player online during the match.
The club described the harassment as “absolutely reprehensible” and urged social media companies and authorities to take action.
The fixture was set during the ‘No Place for Racism’ campaign held in the last two game weeks of the Premier League.
Last weekend, Brentford said they were “disgusted and saddened” by striker Ivan Toney’s racial abuse on social media after his equalizer at Arsenal.
Brentford said his players received “abusive, racist direct messages” online after their 1-1 draw.
A statement from Tottenham said: “During today’s match, we became aware of the highly condemnable online racial harassment reported by the club against Heung-Min Son.
“We stand with Sonny and once again call on social media companies and authorities to take action.”