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Tottenham, in a face-off with Millwall on Sunday at the White Hart Lane, came off with a 6-0 triumph against the League one club. The match started on a bad note for the Spurs with the loss of their top scorer Harry Kane to a suspected ankle injury after just ten minutes into the game.
Their dented hope was revived when Kane’s replacement Christian Eriksen kick-started the victory with an opening goal in the 31st minute. After that Spurs’ South Korea Striker Son Heung-min scored either side of half time and Dele Alli also netted a fourth goal.
Vincent Janssen scored the fifth goal, his first goal from an open play, before Heung-min scored his third goal of the match in the 92nd minute.
Kane’s injury is a source of concern for the Mauricio Pochettino’s side as it is unsure if he will be present in their subsequent matches.
Reviewing the game, we share fans response to Kane’s injury and the conquest.
Kane could be out for the rest of the season…. good thing Janssen scored amiright??????
— 🖖🏽 (@NotRaylen) March 12, 2017
I'm not a betting man but if I was I would put my house on that Kane won't kick a ball again this season that looked real bad today sadly 😰😢
— Paul Dyer (@mabbutt) March 12, 2017
Sounds like we'll be lucky to have Kane back for the Woolwich game #COYS
— Iain (@ID_COYS) March 12, 2017
Southampton next week then a international break hopefully that will be enough for Kane to recover fingers crossed
— Servant of Poch (@1966THFC) March 12, 2017
If Kane is out for a month then it's title race over for Spurs.
— Foreverblue (@ForeverBlue_07) March 12, 2017
2nd in league and cup semi! Not bad considering injury lay offs to Lloris, Toby, Jan, Rose and Kane. We've not had it easy!! THFC COYS
— Ian Willmott (@Will0770) March 12, 2017
Pochettino did not sound very optimistic on Kane, saying it looks a similar ankle injury to the one that kept him out for seven weeks
— Matt Law (@Matt_Law_DT) March 12, 2017
the Spurs drug team got Bale back in 17 days after this. Kane will be fine by tuesday pic.twitter.com/xRAnQmuiME
— kenny bromega (@_socoamaretto) March 12, 2017
International break is coming at an ideal time. Kane left WHL wearing a protective boot – hopefully two weeks is enough time to recover.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) March 12, 2017
Kane leaving WHL on crutches.
Arsenal are gonna get away with it again, aren't they?! pic.twitter.com/AdRjvh3LgI
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) March 12, 2017
Vincent Janssen scores his first goal for Spurs in open play. Who needs Harry Kane?
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) March 12, 2017
If Harry Kane is out for a while with that injury that could be Tottenham out of the top 4
— Hi, My name is Joe (@SayNoMore33) March 12, 2017