South Korean star Son Heung-min has been filmed being racially abused by a West Ham United supporter while signing autographs for fans.
An online video posted on Twitter, the 25-year-old appears to depict a man hurling stereotypical abuse towards to the Tottenham Hotspur frontman, asking if he is able to ‘do him DVDs’.
The reference to selling DVDs is widely known to be a racist term when aimed at Asian footballers.
Both rival clubs in English Premier League have condemned the man who identifies himself as a West Ham fan in the 21-second clip.
“Racist behaviour is completely unacceptable and we hope that the individual is identified to the authorities and the necessary action taken,” read a statement from Tottenham.
West Ham also replied with a spokesperson saying: “West Ham United have a zero-tolerance approach to any form of discrimination and unreservedly condemn the actions of the individual in this video.
“Anyone behaving in this manner is not representative of our club and its values, and anybody who witnesses discrimination or abuse such as this at West Ham are urged to contact us in confidence at firstname.lastname@example.org”.
It was not the first time for Son being subjected to racial abuse, previously in last season he received the same action from Milwall fans during the FA Cup quarter-final.