Harry Kane Could Miss Rest of Season Following Ankle Injury Against Millwall

  • Harry Kane Could Miss Rest of Season Following Ankle Injury Against Millwall

Harry Kane Could Miss Rest of Season Following Ankle Injury Against Millwall

Leicester complained to the FA about "abuse, provocation and intimidation" of their players fans and staff in their fifth round defeat to Millwall.

Millwall fans sang "DVD" and "He's selling three for a fiver" at Son throughout yesterday's match - in an ugly form of racial stereotyping against the Korean.

Son's hat-trick heroics helped to gloss over an early injury scare to star striker Harry Kane, though Spurs showed no signs of struggle against the League One side.

"I didn't hear anything, but the club, we won't condone that", Harris said. It is a massive opportunity to be in a semi-final at Wembley but we know that first we have to play a hard team.

"It is another London derby and we were watching all the games and they fully deserve to be in the quarter-finals".

Millwall's FA Cup dream is over after they exited at the quarter-final stage to a quality Tottenham Hotspur side. "It's wrong in society and wrong in football".

More than a dozen police vans lined the front of the stadium to contain supporters, who exchanged unpleasantries as well as throwing bangers and flares at each other.

On the pitch, however, any tension quickly disappeared as Tottenham blew away their League One opponents with a clinical, attacking display.

Kane limped off in the 10th minute at White Hart Lane after his ankle twisted awkwardly. Kane, Tottenham's top-scorer on 24 goals, is facing a second lengthy spell on the sidelines having missed seven weeks of the season after injuring the same ankle in September. "Now, it's a matter of waiting".

"We will assess tomorrow, and after tomorrow, and see what happens". It's hard. It looks a similar situation to Sunderland.

"We have to be positive".

With the game entering its final 10 minutes, Tottenham added some extra gloss to the score as Vincent Janssen, on the field barely a few minutes, got in on the action, firing home a first-time finish into the bottom corner from Son's cut-back.

"We can't cry about it now". We have to be positive. "Of course I am sad about Harry's injury but now I try to find solutions and try to find which is the best player to replace him".

"In this kind of play Burnley may be the best team because they are used to everything, they fight for the first ball, have a really good formation for the second ball, run in behind for the third ball".