Published: Sun, April 14, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Tottenham's Kane has 'significant' ankle injury; Alli fractures hand

Tottenham's Kane has 'significant' ankle injury; Alli fractures hand

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino took to the field to try and intervene, while referee Bjorn Kuipers prevented Tottenham's Danish worldwide Christian Eriksen from getting involved.

We have five weeks - If we are into the final of the Champions League, maybe he will play but we'll see.

Despite the Terriers demise from the top-flight, this is still a huge match for the north Londoners as they chase a top-four finish.

"He was so upset after the game", the Argentine said on Friday.

Tottenham said yesterday that "we can confirm that Harry Kane has sustained a significant lateral ligament injury to his left ankle" but did not offer a timeline for his return. "We need all the players and with confidence it's going to be better".

"We will see because he is doing some training sessions with the protection and he needs to feel comfortable", Pochettino said.

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Davies, who has operated on Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea players in the past, says Kane's quick recovery rates have not made him more susceptible, neither has a full on schedule which has barely seen him get any rest over the past few summers.

Heung-min Son, the hero of the first leg, will start on Wednesday after being rested against Huddersfield, and Lucas could well start too after this magnificent performance, with Dele Alli also doubtful having broken a bone in his hand during the first leg.

"The England midfielder will now be assessed to determine his availability for this weekend's fixture against Huddersfield Town".

"Now we have a good battle in Manchester; we need from now to recover for this game and prepare very well", he added. And we went straight up the other end with a break of our own, only for Kongolo to deflect Llorente's effort wide.

There was no further addition to the scoreline in the first period, but there so almost was two minutes after the break when Juan Foyth clipped a ball in to Llorente in the area, who superbly controlled and shot on the turn but his effort smacked against the crossbar.

"I'm more optimistic about him being available for Manchester City in the second leg".

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