Harry Kane facing up to six weeks out with a hamstring injury

Harry Kane facing up to six weeks out with a hamstring injury

Harry Kane facing up to six weeks out with a hamstring injury

After Harry Kane had a goal ruled out for offside in the fixture - which Spurs lost 1-0 - Mourinho appeared to clash with Southampton's goalkeeping coach Andrew Sparkes, entering the dugout to exchange words with the staff member.

In the meantime, Jose Mourinho faces the challenge of playing key matches without a like-for-like replacement for Kane.

"I'm here and enjoying my football again", Ings said after scoring the victor against Tottenham on January 1. It should be VR - Video Referee - because they are the referees. "The other guys in [Stockley Park], they are the ones that make the big decisions in the game".

"What I know is the Dele Alli penalty was a penalty and the VAR didn't interfere".

Mourinho said the fact that VAR interfered in the second decision, which he acknowledged was not a penalty, was meant to take the focus away from the first decision which should have been analysed instead.

According to The Telegraph, Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane was anxious that he could be on the sidelines for a long period of time.

'But the reason why we are here is because of the lovely FA Cup and in relation to that we can say no Boro for Harry Kane'.

"I think we're going to lose him for some period, I'm totally convinced of that".

"Hamstring is always a negative".

"I don't want to say anything".

"Harry is obviously a very important player for us, one of the best players in the league and on and off the pitch he's very important", the defender said. "We are full of hopes and this is since the beginning of the season".

Kane has already bagged 17 goals since the start of the campaign, so losing him will come as a huge blow to Spurs, who find themselves six points behind in the race for Champions League qualification.

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