Tottenham and England striker Kane suffers ankle vinculum damage

Harry Kane

Harry Kane was harm 7 mins into a FA Cup quarter-final opposite Millwall

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has suffered vinculum repairs to his right ankle – though it is not suspicion to be as serious as a damage that sidelined him for 7 weeks progressing this season.

The England general was transposed after 7 mins of Sunday’s 6-0 FA Cup quarter-final win over Millwall.

He was harm when defender Jake Cooper blocked his shot tighten to a byeline.

Spurs pronounced a damage is identical to a one Kane picked adult opposite Sunderland on 18 September.


Harry Kane tweeted that he would come behind stronger and thanked fans for their messages of support after Spurs suggested he had suffered vinculum damage

The 23-year-old missed 5 Premier League games and dual EFL Cup matches after rambling his ankle rebellious Sunderland’s Papy Djilobodji.

Kane is expected to skip England’s accessible in Germany on 22 Mar and a home World Cup qualifier opposite Lithuania 4 days later.

It is not transparent if a tip flight’s corner heading scorer with 19 goals will be accessible for Tottenham’s FA Cup semi-final opposite Chelsea during Wembley on a weekend 22-23 April.

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