Son Heung-min has won the 2019/20 Budweiser Goal of the Season award for his incredible individual effort against Burnley.
Son dribbled an incredible 71.4 metres in only 11 seconds, the second-longest distance travelled by a player to score a goal in a Premier League match, behind Andros Townsend for Crystal Palace in 2016/17.
"As soon as I got the ball, I tried to find a pass and I was a bit lucky. I dribbled into the space where no one was," Son said of his goal in December.
"I tried to finish it well because the action before was really quick. I was really focused on my finishing. It was an amazing feeling."
The 28-year-old’s strike, which earned him the December 2019 Budweiser Goal of the Month award, won the season accolade thanks to the combined votes of a panel of experts and the public.
Son's goal topped a nine-goal shortlist that featured each of this season's monthly winners.
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