Tottenham Hotspur must now negotiate over a month’s worth of football without their star striker Harry Kane.
The forward left the Wembley pitch with a hobble after picking up an injury at the death of the 1-0 defeat to Manchester United last Sunday.
Harry Kane is currently the joint top goal scorer in the Premier League, and has challenged for the golden boot for the past four seasons.
A new statistic has emerged surrounding the England captain, and it highlights exactly the kind of scoring ability he brings to that Tottenham side.
Since making his senior debut for Leyton Orient at the age of 17, over eight years ago, Harry Kane has scored 176 club goals in 309 games.
This is more than Wayne Rooney, 148 goals in 361 games, and Cristiano Ronaldo, 156 goals in 358, scored after eight years of senior club football.
All of those goals for a striker who was a relatively late bloomer in terms of Spurs’ academy.
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