Soccer star Son Heung-min celebrated Spider-Man style after scoring against Norwich City on Sunday.
The Tottenham Hotspurs player's new celebration was inspired by meeting Tom Holland last week.
Holland, who is a Spurs fan, recorded a video with Son for the SpursTV YouTube channel.
Soccer star Son Heung-min unveiled a new celebration on Sunday inspired by Spider-Man after meeting Tom Holland last week.
Tottenham Hotspurs, also known as Spurs, beat Norwich City 3-0 in Sunday's Premier League matchup. Son showed off a web-shooter celebration after scoring the third goal against Norwich City.
The new celebration follows Son's meeting with Spider-Man actor Holland, who is a big Spurs fan. The pair recorded a video for the SpursTV YouTube channel to promote the team and Holland's upcoming movie "Spider-Man: No Way Home."
On Saturday, Spurs posted a short snippet of the video, which showed Son meeting Holland, Holland signing a Spider-Man Funko Pop doll for Son and Son giving Holland a Spurs shirt with his name on the back.
The "Spider-Man" actor has spoken up about his love for soccer before. Earlier this year, he slammed trolls who sent racial abuse to England's Black soccer players after the team lost the Euro 2020 final. Holland also recently said in a GQ interview that he wanted a Champions League final between Spurs and Brentford FC because it's the team his uncle supports.
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"Spider-Man: No Way Home" comes out on December 17 and is the third installment of "Spider-Man" with Holland as the lead. Whilst Holland has spoken to GQ about moving on from his role as Spider-Man, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" producer Amy Pascal told Fandango that there will be another three movies with Holland as Spider-Man.
The movie also stars villains from "Spider-Man" movies from before Holland took the role such as Willem Dafoe who played Green Goblin and Alfred Molina who played Doctor Octopus in the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man era and Jamie Foxx who played Electro in "Amazing Spider-Man 2."
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