Tottenham & Harry Kane’s injury
Tottenham fans who are frantically hitting refresh on their computers looking for updates on Harry Kane should take a break.
Kane was subbed out the Bournemouth match in the first half with a nasty looking ankle injury.
While Kane clearly wanted to continue playing, after talking to the medics he left the match.
Kane was later spotted leaving the Vitality Stadium on crutuches and with his foot in a protective boot.
Fans are now worried for Kane’s availability in the final weeks of the season. Moreover, will he be fit for England at the 2018 World Cup?
Spurs: Kane update
On Monday Spurs have issued a short and sweet update for worrying fans.
As reported on the BBC, Tottenham have been confirmed that they’ll be no updates on Kane today.
Will there be an update on Tuesday? We’ll have to wait and see.
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Dele Alli & Danny Rose
Tottenham also suffered two other injury scares against Bournemouth.
In the second half, after finding Tottenham’s leveller earlier in the game, Dele Alli was forced off with a knock.
Alli suffered a groin injury against the Cherries. However the midfielder isn’t expected to be sidelined for long.
After the game Mauricio Pochettino said: “I don’t believe that is a big issue. We need to, in the next week, manage him. I don’t believe he will be a big problem.”
Spurs left-back Danny Rose also picked up a knock. Rose was making just his sixth start for Tottenham this season.
Rose is also expected to shake off his knock rather quickly.
Tottenham are back in action next weekend when they travel to Swansea in the FA Cup.