- Son Heung-Min and Bukayo Saka were part of Burberry’s latest campaign
- Fans were quick to share their opinions on the North London stars’ appearances
- Everton players will be fed up with the owners – listen to It’s All Kicking Off
England international Saka was pictured in a beige trench coat with a green and checked shirt underneath while the Spurs captain opted for a suave houndstooth suit.
Naturally, given the fierce rivalry between the two North London sides, fans were quick to make comparisons between the two and it’s fair to say that one winger got the better of the other on this occasion.
Tottenham star Son was described as ‘flyer’ and that his suit jacket fit him ‘perfectly’, while some claimed that Saka ‘just doesn’t have it’.
Tottenham’s Son Heung-Min and Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka appeared in a new Burberry campaign
The north London rivals settled their differences in order to shoot for the fashion brand
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One user commented: ‘What is Saka wearing?’ with a number of laughing emojis accompanying the message.
Others questioned the England winger’s ‘aura’, while Son’s was described as off the charts.
One cheeky user even suggested that Burberry should have ‘tried someone like [Gabriel] Martinelli or even [Leandro] Trossard’.
Their appearance in the latest campaign comes shortly after the duo appeared together at a Burberry fashion show just days before the north London derby in September.
Son joined designer brand Burberry as an ambassador last year and was representing the fashion label at the iconic fashion show as they showcased their Spring Summer 2024 collection.
Meanwhile, Saka was in attendance as a high-profile celebrity and was placed on the front row of the catwalk next to his Tottenham rival.
Fans shared their opinions on the two football stars’ appearances on social media
Bukayo Saka (middle) watches on at Burberry’s London Fashion Show with Son Heung-min (third from left) close by
A video shows the pair looking uncomfortable while sat next to each other as they are asked to reposition themselves by photographers.
Neither look at each other during the exchange while Saka nervously plays with his collar, clearly understanding the view some supporters might have when they see him sat next to the captain of Arsenal’s rivals.
Days later, the two locked horns on the football pitch and both managed to find the back of the net in the derby.
Son scored two for his side – one either side of half-time – while Saka scored a penalty in the second-half during the 2-2 draw.
IT’S ALL KICKING OFF!