Tottenham Hotspur were supposed to take on West Ham United in a London derby last night in the Premier League, but English football has been suspended for the foreseeable future.
It was announced earlier this week that the Premier League would not return again until April 30 at the very earliest, meaning over a month without football action (BBC).
However, Spurs are arguably one of the teams who could benefit from this, as they had an extensive injury list when play was called to a halt.
Both Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko had been out injured since January 1, while Heung-min Son fractured his arm in February and Steven Bergwijn recently picked up an injury against Burnley.
Ex-Spurs midfielder, Michael Brown, has now argued that three injured stars Harry Kane, Steven Bergwijn, and Heung-min Son will look to improve when play resumes.
He also named Hugo Lloris as one who will be disappointed with recent performances and will be looking to make things right.
He said (Football Insider): “He’s such an experienced goalkeeper with what he’s won, what he’s gone on and done. He’s such a talented goalkeeper.
“He’ll be disappointed, obviously, with his performances this season but you would expect him to come through it and do better.
“The whole squad will be looking to try and improve, with all their injuries – Bergwijn, Kane, Son – so he and the team will be really, really fighting to try and put things right.
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