Tottenham Hotspur suffered a key injury ahead of the end of the Premier League season.
The Lilywhites lost one of their most important players during their Champions League quarter-final against Manchester City.
With a series of games on the horizon for the Spurs, including two games against Manchester City, one in the league and one in the Champions League, the loss of any player would have caused concerns about fatigue.
But the injury on Tuesday night would cost him more than a little effort.
Star Kick and England captain Harry Kane were forced to limp down the tunnel after a challenge with Fabian Delph left him with his left ankle.
The clash took place right on the touchline in the new Spurs stadium right in front of the Tottenham bench.
Kane went on to challenge Delph and was captured by the Manchester City midfielder.
The attacker immediately went down holding his ankle and went straight down the tunnel after some quick checks by the medical staff.
Tottenham will still have to play Huddersfield, Manchester City, Brighton, West Ham, Bournemouth and Everton in the league this season on top of their European commitments.
While they have already survived a race without Kane on the team, Tottenham would have hoped to have him on the team for such an important and tight battle in the top four as they try to secure a full Champions League season in their home stadium.
Both the Arsenal and Manchester United are close behind them, the Arsenal by one point and Man United by three, with Chelsea already at three points ahead in third place, making the battle for those extremely fierce two points at the top of the ranking.
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