Millwall to be investigated by FA over alleged racist chanting against Tottenham striker Son Heung-min

Millwall manager Neil Harris condemned racist chanting as “wrong in society and wrong in football”, after Tottenham striker Son Heung-min was targeted by Millwall fans at White Hart Lane, insisting that he wants perpetrators to be dealt with “harshly” by the authorities.

Whenever South Korean international Son touched the ball in the first half there were loud chants of “DVDs, DVDs” from the 3,600-strong away end at White Hart Lane. The away fans also sang a song about Son selling “three [DVDs] for a fiver”.

Both Harris and Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said afterwards that they did

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