Tottenham manager, José Mourinho, has confirmed that the club have appealed against Son Heung-min’s red card during their 2-0 defeat to Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday.
Son was sent off in the second half after VAR ruled he kicked out at Cheleea defender Antonio Rüdiger.
At first, referee Anthony Taylor overlooked the incident but VAR checked it and deemed he was guilty of violent conduct, ending up with a red card.
Tottenham are now waiting for news from the Football Association to see whether he will be available for Boxing Day’s clash with Brighton.
“I hope Son is not punished five times,” Mourinho said, according to the Guardian UK.
“One time was the foul that Rüdiger did on him. The second is to be sent off. The third would be not to play against…