Son Heung-Min ensured Tottenham Hotspur didn't pay a heavy price for an ankle injury suffered by Harry Kane as he scored twice in a win 4-1 at Bournemouth on Sunday. "I believe those details can help the club". "We played great football and fully deserved the victory".
"We hope it's not a massive issue for him and hope he is available for the team as soon as possible".More news: Saudi Grants Airspace Approval For Flights To Israel
Tottenham Hotspur's main man Harry Kane has been forced off with an apparent ankle injury, after a heavy collision between the England global and Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
"He was happy for the victory and then when you score it's a massive moment for the players". But for me the whole team and the whole squad too.
Tottenham can certainly finish second in the league this season. The Premier League's joint top scorer - tied with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah on 24 goals this season - is expected to lead the attack for England at this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.
Fans were delighted with the way their side fought back and took all three points as they continued their efforts for a place in next year's competition, however, some took to social media to criticise the performance of one individual.More news: Charlize Theron's mom is her weed supplier
Kane's worldwide team-mate Dele Alli also seemed to pick up an injury on the south coast, suffering a problem with his groin.
But the Bournemouth "keeper was at fault as he parried Kieran Trippier's cross into Aurier's path, and the Ivorian headed home Spurs" fourth in stoppage time.
Former Liverpool FC defender Lawrenson believes Bournemouth could pay the price for Tottenham's Champions League exit mid-week.
Watford could have got back into the game at 2-0, but Troy Deeney saw his penalty saved by Petr Cech. "A winning mentality is the most important".More news: 'Feminist strike': International Women's Day sees transport & work chaos in Spain
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