Harry Kane Injury Update

  • Harry Kane Injury Update

Harry Kane Injury Update

But both Harris and Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino denied hearing anything untoward during Spurs' 6-0 quarter-final win, in which Son scored a hat-trick.

Tottenham Hotspur booked their place in the FA Cup semi-finals but an injury to Harry Kane marred the party as they marked their last tie at their White Hart Lane home with a 6-0 thrashing of third-tier London rivals Millwall on Sunday. We came in the right spirit to enjoy an FA Cup quarter-final.

The 23-year-old - who had scored 15 goals in his previous 13 matches - twisted the same ankle that he hurt back in September, when ligament damage ruled him out for seven weeks and 10 games.

Son Heung-min grabbed a hat-trick. We've beaten three Premier League side's, it gave us that inspiration to say that this could be another major upset, one of the biggest of all-time.

He has clearly found the adjustment hard from AZ Alkmaar to Spurs, not just the mentality but also the speed of the game, which often looks to pass him by in the Premier League.

He started the sixth round FA Cup clash on Sunday afternoon but was substituted for Christian Eriksen following a gruesome moment inside the opening ten minutes of the clash.

However, the former defender believes the Tottenham striker's presence or absence will become irrelevant if Chelsea play their best football on the given day. "If you remember one of our best performances was against Man City here when he was a striker when Harry was injured".

"We can not cry, we have to try to be positive", Pochettino said.

League One Millwall could face Football Association sanctions after a section of their supporters was accused of targeting Son with racist chants.

And following an early injury to Harry Kane in the match, which could see the star striker out of action for the foreseeable future, Eriksen is grateful the duo are keeping Spurs' first-team players on their toes.

Yet the FA Cup does breed opportunity for the and with this romping of Millwall, Tottenham know that they have a real shot at potentially leaving this season with a coveted piece of silverware.

The South Korean worldwide Son was subjected to chants of "DVD" and "he's selling three for a fiver" by a section of the travelling Millwall support at White Hart Lane.

The reference to selling DVDs is considered to be a racist slur against Asians who sell black market films in London.