Tottenham’s Harry Kane could be out for a “few weeks” after injuring both ankles in the Premier League defeat by Liverpool, says his boss Jose Mourinho.
Kane, 27, required treatment to his left side lower leg in the wake of landing ungracefully following a test with Jordan Henderson.
The England skipper additionally hurt his correct lower leg in a previous test with Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara.
The striker, who has a past filled with lower leg issues, proceeded prior to being supplanted by Erik Lamela at half-time.
“The subsequent injury was more terrible than the first,” said Mourinho. “He was adapting to one yet couldn’t adapt to both.
“For Harry to leave a game when the group is losing isn’t a nothing injury.
“There are a few players you can’t supplant. At the point when it happens it occurs, yet I accept we need to battle against it, we can’t do whatever else.”
Kane has invested impressive energy in the sidelines with various genuine lower leg wounds in late seasons.