Harry Kane scored the winning goal in the 1-0 win over Sunderland, with plenty of hard possessional work against a defensive-minded opponent, but it was not without a cost.
The England international went down after a nasty-looking ankle turn in the waning minutes of the match, one of a few injuries the Spurs players appeared to succumb to late on.
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Kane was forced off in the 87th minute in favor of Vincent Janssen, and the stretcher was required to move him from the touchline into the locker room. Following the match, Mauricio Pochettino said that he had no update as of now, and Kane would have tests on his ankle starting tomorrow.
Worst-case scenario for the 23-year-old would be torn ligaments, which could require surgery and keep him out for months. Best-case at this point is probably just a sprain, although even those can linger longer than expected.
Janssen is the likely replacement for Kane should he miss significant time, although the young Dutchman displayed some cringe-worthy selfishness at the end of the Sunderland match, refusing to feed a wide-open Erik Lamela in added time with a chance to kill off the game, instead wildly rifling the ball acres over the goal.