Tottenham striker Heung-min Son confirmed his return to form with a brace for South Korea in Friday's friendly against Colombia.
Both of the Tottenham winger's goals in Ulsan were impressive efforts with the first coming after only ten minutes as he punished goalkeeper Camilo Vargas for wandering out of his box with a clinical finish from range.
Son made it 2-0 to his country in first-half stoppage time when he unleashed an accurate free-kick that dipped into the bottom corner.
Former Real Madrid and Everton player James Rodriguez got Colombia on the board shorlty after the break before Jorge Carrascal netted a quickfire equaliser.
The score finished 2-2 in Jurgen Klinsmann's first game as Korea boss, with a friendly against Uruguay next up on Tuesday.