Tottenham Hotspur take on Middlesborough this weekend in the FA Cup as they look to end their 12-year wait for a piece of silverware.
However, Jose Mourinho will be without his star striker, Harry Kane, after the England captain hobbled off against Southampton earlier this week.
Kane had played the majority of the match at St Mary’s when he poked home an equalising goal in the second half for Spurs.
Unfortunately, not only was the goal ruled out for offside, but Kane managed to injure his hamstring in the process.
The striker later left the stadium on crutches, a sight fans are familiar with, as Kane has picked up plenty of injuries over the past few years.
While Mourinho said he had no updates on the injury today, he did admit that he expected it to be more bad news than good, as Kane realised the severity of the situation straight away.
Charlie Eccleshare reports Jose said:
I don't think we are going to have good news. I think we are going to lose him for some period.
Because of that I don't want to be here with you crying in every press conference. Everyone knows what he means for the club. Every minute of every game he doesn't play, we miss him.
— Charlie Eccleshare (@CDEccleshare) January 3, 2020
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