Kane will miss the final six Premier League matches

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane is likely to miss the remaining matches of this season due to an ankle injury.

Recall that the England national team captain sustained that injury in the first quarter-final match of the Champions League on Tuesday evening. Kane left Tottenham’s new 62,000 capacity stadium on crutches, after a 1:0 victory.

According to The Telegraph, at Tottenham, they almost resigned to the fact that the damage wouldn’t allow Harry to play in the six final matches of the Premier League.

At the same time, on Wednesday, his ankle swelling significantly reduced and it was perceived as a positive sign in anticipation of an in-depth examination scheduled for Thursday.

We add, that Dele Alli is waiting for in-depth examination too. Seems like Spurs’ midfiedler broke his arm.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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