Tottenham Hotspur take on Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League tonight, but they will be without their main man Harry Kane.
Kane picked up yet another ankle injury against Man United back in January, and has been out injured ever since.
The England captain took part in some warm weather training, and has been working hard ever since to beat the initial expected return of early March, which he looks set to do.
This will be a huge bonus for Spurs, as although they have been picking up the wins, they don’t look quite the same side without the goal threat of Kane up top.
Kane boasts a record of 160 Spurs goals in just 244 appearances in his career, and is still only 25 years old, with plenty more goals and records in his sight.
Lucas Moura has paid testament to the forward today, stating that Kane is one of the top three strikers in world football.
Moura said (Goal): “Look, I would say he is in the top three [strikers in the world]. He has so much quality, it’s impressive because of his age, he’s still young. He scores a lot, has technique, a lot of power, a good sense of positioning… He’s a complete forward and a great striker.”
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