Former Blackburn Rovers and Wales midfielder Robbie Savage has questioned how Tottenham Hotspur will cope without Harry Kane.
The Spurs striker had to limp off in the second half with a hamstring injury during yesterday’s 1-0 defeat at Southampton.
Kane pulled up clutching his left hamstring after witnessing his 73rd-minute effort ruled out for offside.
Savage who was in discussion with a Spurs fan during his punditry stint on BBC Radio 5 Live was left wondering who can fill the void left by the England captain if his hamstring problem ends up keeping him on the sidelines for a number of weeks.
"Spurs deserved to get beaten. Where are the goals going to come from?" @RobbieSavage8 & this fan want to know how #THFC are going to cope if Harry Kane faces a spell on the sidelines ?#BBC606 pic.twitter.com/q2lunqHQm2
— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) January 1, 2020
Thankfully, Heung-min Son has now served the final match of his three-game suspension and will be available for this weekend’s FA Cup third round tie at Middlesbrough.
The South Korean has previously stepped up to the mark in Kane’s absence, notably in last season’s Champions League quarter final second leg against Manchester City.
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