Tottenham Hotspur may be without Harry Kane for the rest of this season, a huge blow to both their top four and Champions League hopes.
Kane picked up yet another ankle ligament injury after flying into a challenge with Fabian Delph against Man City on Tuesday night.
The England skipper hopped straight down the tunnel and later left the stadium in a protective boot.
The Tottenham man has sustained several similar injuries over the last few years, and is often out for a month or so.
This means that Spurs will have to play the Champions League quarter final away leg against Man City without Kane in two weeks time, as well as any games beyond that if they qualify.
However, before that huge clash, Spurs must navigate Huddersfield at home on Saturday without their main man.
Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert believes that Spurs are actually tougher to beat when Harry Kane doesn’t play.
He said (BT Sport): “It’s interesting because it definitely changes them. With him they play in different shapes and when he didn’t play they had other shapes. In a way it makes it more difficult.
“But for me it’s about how we play, how we solve the challenges they give us.”
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