Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Harry Kane's injury is similar to the one he suffered in September, and he believes it will be hard for the striker to play against Southampton next weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur are braced to lose top scorer Harry Kane for another extended period after the England global limped off during the FA Cup quarter-final win over Millwall at White Hart Lane.
The bit about it looking "similar to Sunderland" is the most alarming thing about Pochettino's statement, but that's because after his ankle injury against Sunderland Kane missed eight weeks. We'll assess it tomorrow, and after tomorrow, we will see what happens.
Speaking after the match, Pochettino said: "It was a game that we took very seriously, we were very focused. We hope it's not a big issue but it looks similar".
"I'm sure it will be investigated and left to the authorities".
The South Korean made it six goals in four FA Cup games this season and he even set up fellow forward Vincent Janssen to end a seven-month wait for a goal from open play since joining Tottenham.
Pochettino also commented that "when you lose a player like Harry Kane always you miss him". We have players enough to try and replace him.
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Burnley and Swansea City host Tottenham in the Premier League, before Watford, Bournemouth and Arsenal travel to the Lane - either side of the FA Cup semi-final against an as yet unnamed opponent.
"For us it's given us momentum this year - and inspiration - we were 17 games unbeaten before today".
But Harris said: "What I will say is me personally - and the club - we won't condone that".
The Lions are already under investigation after Leicester complained of players and staff being abused at the Den in the last round, when fans invaded the pitch and missiles were thrown.
Harris admitted after the match he had not been aware of the chants but said they would be a blot on Millwall's excellent run in the competition. We want people dealt with harshly. "It's wrong in football and wrong in society".
He showed that he is more than capable of filling the void after he chipped in with a a splendid hat-trick, and Vincent Janssen put his foot down for a potential starting spot in Kane's absence.
His plight brought sympathy from his team mate Dele Alli, who told the BBC: "It is always terrible to lose a player like Harry.We wish him a speedy recovery".