‘Disappointed’ – Harry Kane immediately comments after limping off injured at Everton

‘Disappointed’ – Harry Kane immediately comments after limping off injured at Everton



Harry Kane has voiced his disappointment at leaving Goodison Park with just a point on Friday night, but did not comment on the injury that forced him off in stoppage time.

The Tottenham striker scored twice but Jose Mourinho’s men could only manage a 2-2 draw with Everton as their pursuit of Champions League football took another hit.

Gylfi Sigurdsson’s brace against his former club completed a turnaround for the Toffees after Kane’s first-half opener had put Spurs ahead.

But the England captain eventually equalised with his second brilliantly taken strike of the game – both goals came from Everton mistakes, but Kane finished with power and composure.

However, the 27-year-old was forced off with what appeared to be an ankle injury in stoppage time after Richarlison fell on his foot, which was planted in the turf.

Kane was limping and was caught on camera shaking his head at full-time, just over a week before Tottenham’s League Cup final meeting with Manchester City.

After the game, Kane took to Twitter and wrote: “Disappointed with only a point. Big week coming up.”

The extent of Kane’s injury is currently unclear but it’s safe to say Spurs will be desparately hopeful he can recover before the cup final.



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  2. a performance last night that would have been good for a run of the mill team but to spurs supporters it is a crying shame that a team noted for exhilerating football has become so poor all over the field –from the beginning of this match we could not string a succession of passes together and we had no invention and no belief —
    what is this managers role as he is not responsible if the players do not perform to his plan — if there is one —
    sorry to my fellow supporters but i can only cringe and look forward to next season when hopefully a man with tactical nous and ambition and innovation in his tactics will let us see what this team can achieve

  3. Shame about his injury. Would it not be a good idea in having an ankle support every game. ? Like Andy Murray does … this may go a long way in an injury not being as severe as all his others have been !!! Imo

  4. A shambles mourinho just go and take that idiot levy with heart and soul of the club dying dier lamela aurier sanchez dreadful players I feel sorry for Harry winks terrific player spurs are finished we need to change now.


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