Bukayo Saka and Son Heung-min’s tense footage from fashion show ahead of NLD

Arsenal and Tottenham stars Bukayo Saka and Son Heung-min sat next to each other at a fashion show ahead of the North London Derby.

Mikel Arteta's Gunners will host Ange Postecoglou's Spurs this coming Sunday (September 24) with both teams unbeaten in their first five Premier League outings this season, each winning four and drawing one game.

But the intense rivalry between the two sides didn't stop Saka and Son from crossing paths at the Burberry SS24 show on Monday night as London Fashion Week kicked off in the capital.

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A video clip showed them sat next to each other. Neither looked the other in the eyes as the cameras honed in on them, with one fan arguing: "It looks tense between the two."

It sparked a mini pre-NLD debate between the two fanbases, with a Gooner commenting: "Saka got way more aura." Another claimed: "Son sat close to Saka and totally lost his composure."

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Spurs fans hit back with quips of their own, with one saying: "Saka is lucky to be in the presence of greatness in Son." A second joked: "Best winger in the Prem, and Saka."

A neutral fan suggested: "Someone show Roy Keane." And one didn't pick a side as they wrote: "Most likeable players in the Premier League."

Both Saka and Son wore black jackets, with the former sporting matching trousers while the latter opted for checked bottoms. Also in attendance at the Burberry show was Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze, who went far more bold in a maroon turtle neck and red jeans.

Saka and his Arsenal team-mates have a Champions League tie at home to PSV on Wednesday to focus on before their attention will turn to claiming bragging rights at the weekend.

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