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Harry Kane has been ruled out until March after ankle injury
By: eplinview Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Injuries are part of the game but no-one will be working harder to get back fit. Thanks for the messages. pic.twitter.com/cUeq4zFrlk

— Harry Kane (@HKane) January 15, 2019
One more is added to Spurs injury list. Harry Kane makes his way in after damaging ankle ligament. Mauricio Pochettino now faces the biggest challenge as who is going to replace his prolific Center Forward.
The frustration of Spurs fans soars as their in form player, Heung-Min Son, is also leaving for Asian Cup to represent his National team and many other key players are also injured.

⚪️ @SpursOfficial current injury list and absentees:

🚑 Kane
🚑 Moura
🚑 Dier
🚑 Wanyama
🚑 Sissoko
📝 Dembele (Finalising Transfer)
🇰🇷 Son (Asian Cup)

🤯 Struggling. pic.twitter.com/AxpZZZKVBF

— SPORF (@Sporf) January 15, 2019
Who will replace Harry Kane in the side has become an interesting topic among football critics. Tottenham Hotspur hasn't bought any player in the Summer window. They have got Fernando Llorente as a striker but he is certainly not good enough to replace Kane.
The injury to Kane is the worst thing to happen to Spurs. They have to face Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of Champions League in February. They also have to face Chelsea twice, until Kane returns, once in the Carabao Cup and once in the Premier League.
Spurs Fixtures Until March
It is unlikely for Spurs to compete for the title in the League after their defeat to Manchester United. They have to perform without their key players to finish in top four in the League.

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