‘That man is a cup of water’ - Spurs star Son has fans hot under the collar with raunchy Calvin Klein campaign

Son Heung-Min hasn’t been in all too great form on the pitch but is certainly scoring for Calvin Klein.

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Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-Min has sent social media into a randy meltdown with his latest Calvin Klein collaboration.

The Spurs star is a brand ambassador for the label and has stripped down to his underwear to front campaigns in his home country of South Korea already this year.

Son hasn't scored in the Premier League since April but it's fair to say the player's latest photoshop for Calvin Klein has hit the back of the net with thousands of comments flooding in online from admirers.

One Instagram user wrote: "A man like this is a cup of water and I don't need anything else to live."

Another added: "Wow. My heart just skipped several beats."

Some proclaimed that 'suddenly, I am totally into soccer' while others filled the comments with fire emojis.

Son, who has also shared promotional material with Adidas and Gatorade recently, shared his excitement to work with Calvin Klein in a statement. He said: “As a longtime fan of the brand, I’m thrilled to be representing Calvin Klein Underwear in my home country. Calvin Klein products have had a special place in my wardrobe for years, so our partnership is a natural fit. Like so many people around the world, I am constantly inspired by the brand’s iconic campaigns, so to be the face of one is both exciting and surreal.”

The 31-year-old had a similar effect earlier this year when posing for Calvin Klein in January with the images gaining over two million likes on his personal Instagram account. Son wrote: “I'm proud to work with such a legendary brand @calvinklein. Wearing 7 on the pitch, and CK off the pitch. Proud to represent.”

Those images also provided some humour for Spurs teammates at the time. Spurs defender Cristian Romero tagged teammate Emerson Royal with the message: “100 per cent photoshop.”

New arrival Pedro Porro was more complimentary as he commented the ‘ice cold’ emoji and Sergio Reguilon wrote: “No words.”