Tottenham Hotspur have enjoyed a historical season both domestically and in Europe, securing a top-four spot in the Premier League as well as a Champions League final.

All of this came after Spurs failed to sign a single player across the entire season, had nine first-teamers in the semi-finals of the World Cup, lost Heung Min Son twice to international duty, played over half the season at Wembley, and were ravaged by injuries all campaign.

The latter issue was something that hampered Spurs throughout the entire season, with Harry Kane alone sustaining two ankle ligament injuries.

Kane, Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, Mous Dembele, Eric Dier, Victor Wanyama, Jan Vertonghen, Serg Aurier, Ben Davies, Erik Lamela, Dele Alli, and many more were all sidelined at one stage or another this campaign.

With data provided by Premier Injuries, The Sun compiled a Premier League injury table for the 2018/19 season, with Spurs, unsurprisingly, lingering at the top.

In fact, only Man United had more injuries than the Lilywhites this season. The difference is that Spurs still managed to finish in the top four and CL final, while United sit in sixth with Europa League to look forward to next season.

Number of injuries sustained in the 2018/19 season:

Man United – 61

Spurs – 42

Liverpool – 37

Huddersfield – 36

Newcastle – 36

Arsenal – 35

Cardiff – 35

Man City- 35

Bournemouth – 33

Watford – 33

Crystal Palace – 30

Chelsea – 29

Southampton – 28

Everton – 27

West Ham – 27

Burnley – 25

Brighton – 22

Fulham – 19

Leicester – 13

Wolves – 5

Spurs Web Opinion:

With fewer injuries and a bigger squad next season, who knows what we can achieve?!

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