South Korea draws with Costa Rica in a friendly thanks to Son's late free-kick.

Son Heung-mins late free-kick earned South Korea a 2-2 draw with Costa Rica . Spurs Hotspur forward Esteban Alvarado was dismissed for handling the ball outside the penalty area .

In a friendly international in Goyang on Friday, South Korea defeated fellow World Cup qualifiers Costa Rica 2-2.Son Heung-mins' late free-kick earned them a 2-2 draw.Spurs Hotspur forward Esteban Alvarado was dismissed for handling the ball outside the penalty area in the 85th minute before curled his set piece past substitute goalkeeper Patrick Sequeira.After being fed the ball from the right by Yoon Jong-gyu, Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Hwang Hee-chan had taken the lead in the 28th minute, coolly stroking in 18 yards out.

A ball from Gerson Torres wide on the right drifted over the Korean defence, only to be met at the far post by Jewison Bennette.Bennette added a second for the Costa Ricans in the 63rd minute when he slotted in from close range after Kim Seung-gyu had saved Anthony Contretas initial header.After a long punt forward, Costa Rica's hopes of retaining the trophy were jeopardized when Son thumped the free kick home, giving the Koreans a draw.At the World Cup, South Korea will face Uruguay, Ghana, and Portugal, while the Costa Ricans will face Japan, Germany, and Spain.