Mauricio Pochettino "concerned" about Harry Kane injury

Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted to being "concerned" over the ankle injury sustained by Harry Kane in Sunday's 4-1 win at Bournemouth. "I hope that's it's not a massive problem". "We played great football and fully deserved the victory".

Pochettino confirmed the injury is to the same ankle that kept Kane out for two months earlier in the season but they are hoping the problem won't be as serious this time around. "We need to manage him in the next week".

If Kane is sidelined for a fortnight or more, Son is likely to lead the line in next week's FA Cup quarterfinal at Swansea and when Spurs return to Premier League action at Chelsea on April 1.

Kane suffered ligament damage last season in his right ankle, with an injury to the same side on Sunday no doubt causing concern for Spurs and England fans. "But for me it's so important the squad, because with a greater squad, with everyone fighting for the same objective, you can achieve all that you want". "We are just thinking about Champions League [places]".

Arsenal beat Watford in the day's other game.

But the setback did not faze Spurs, who were on level terms soon afterwards as Serge Aurier's excellent cross was converted by Dele Alli.

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He has scored 35 goals for Spurs so far this season.

The former Burnley striker made amends for that miss just three minutes later, however, controlling Adam Smith's deep cross at the back post and drilling an unerring half-volley past Tottenham's French goalkeeper for his third goal in his last six Premier League appearances.

But the Bournemouth "keeper was at fault as he parried Kieran Trippier's cross into Aurier's path, and the Ivorian headed home Spurs" fourth in stoppage time.

Son Heung-min was the star of the show, as the South Korea worldwide attacker scored twice for the visiting team.

Watford could have got back into the game at 2-0, but Troy Deeney saw his penalty saved by Petr Cech.

The England worldwide is due to have a scan tomorrow to determine the full extent of the injury so Tottenham will be praying for positive news when the results come back.

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