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Harry Kane | Forward | #10

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (24) / 7/28/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 190

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Harry Kane proved that he is a man of steel returning from his ankle injury in three weeks during Tottenham’s 3-1 victory over Chelsea.
Kane played 26 minutes in Tottenham’s victory coming on for Son Heung-min in the 74th minute. Kane will likely get a full run out versus Stoke City in the next match for Spurs. Apr 1 - 1:24 PM


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Tottenham officially confirmed on Wednesday that forward Harry Kane will not return to training until April.

The Premier League's leading scorer suffered an ankle injury that saw him leave the club's match with Bournemouth in the 30th minute this weekend. Original reports had Kane ruled out until May, but scans revealed that Kane suffered damage to his lateral ligaments, meaning he won't return to training until next month. "Disappointing to be out until next month but injuries are part of the game," Kane posted on social media. "Will do everything I can to get back out there asap." Spurs play only once more in the Premier League this month, meaning that Kane could potentially only miss one or two league matches, with Fernando Llorente and Erik Lamela expected to compete for a starting spot.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 14 - 1:29 PM

Harry Kane limped off injured after thirty minutes in Spurs' 4-1 win over Bournemouth.

Kane was injured in the act of scoring a goal in the first half which was subsequently disallowed for offside. The England striker swept the ball beyond the onrushing Asmir Begovic into the net and the 'keeper crashed into his planted foot with all his weight in an effort to block the strike. There was no malice in the challenge, though it could prove costly for Spurs' season if Kane is out for a prolonged period. Kane limped off the pitch in visible pain and was unable to continue. He will be assessed by Spurs over the next 48 hours and a prognosis will be available then.
Source: BBC Sport
Mar 11 - 2:09 PM

Harry Kane equaled his season-best goal tally which he set last season with a late strike to earn Spurs a vital three points at Selhurst Park.

Spurs started the brighter of the two sides and had two good chances in the first ten minutes. Davies tumbled in the box but earned no penalty whilst Wayne Hennessy was equal to Harry Kane's effort from four yards. Palace grew into the first half and finished the stronger but without a goal. Harry Kane and Serge Aurier both had great chances early in the second half. The former missed a great opportunity but Palace's 'keeper did well to keep out the latter. Hennessy did brilliantly to stop a prod from Davies through a crowded box but he was eventually beaten by Kane's header from Eriksen's cross.
Source: BBC Sport
Feb 25 - 9:12 AM

Harry Kane shattered another record as exceptional Tottenham cruised to a 4-0 home victory over Everton on Saturday.

Having closed out 2017 by breaking Alan Shearer's record for most league goals in a calendar year, Kane continued his remarkable season against the Toffees, scoring twice to became Tottenham's all-time leading Premier League goalscorer (98). Hueng-Min Son opened the scoring in the 26th minute with a close-range finish off a Serge Aurier cross. Kane extended the lead by tapping in a well-struck ball from Son to open the second half and went on to complete his brace by converting a pass from Eric Dier 12 minutes later. Christian Eriksen then delivered the final blow, smashing in a fourth after a nifty backheel from Dele Alli in the 81st. Tottenham, now unbeaten in six matches, remain fifth in the table.
Source: NBC Sports
Jan 13 - 3:20 PM

Harry Kane broke Alan Shearer's record for most league goals in a calendar year, then added two more as Tottenham's attack exploded in a 5-2 win over Southampton.

Already the eleventh hat trick of his career, Kane continues to ascend to legendary status. Wembley was rocking all afternoon and the mood noticeably allowed Spurs to play pressure-free and they were clicking on all cylinders. Kane's record came with the opening goal, with a free header from two yards out delivered by a Christian Eriksen free kick. Kane then added to the record by tapping in a low ball from Heung-min Son before halftime. Dele Alli picked up the scoring shortly after the break, with Son again playing provider. The pair would then swap roles with Son scoring and Alli getting his second assist. Kane then capped off the festivities with Alli notching his second assist of the day. Surely, this will be looked back on as the high point of Tottenham's season
Source: NBC Sports
Tue, Dec 26, 2017 09:34:00 AM

Harry Kane took home the match ball as an early Christmas present after scoring all three of his side's goals against Burnley at Turf Moor.

Dele Alli was the centre of attention early in the game, picking up a yellow card for a rash tackle on Charlie Taylor. He then won his side a penalty by falling dubiously easily in the box. Harry Kane made no mistake from the spot, rifling into the top corner. Nick Pope saved well from Sissoko during the first half but his poor distribution meant his side were under relentless pressure. The Clarets' cause was not helped by Chris Wood being forced off with injury. Spurs really should have killed the game off long before Harry Kane got his second, a simple finish past Pope after Sissoko played him in but Son in particular missed a sitter. Kane added gloss to the scoreline with his third on 78', equalling Alan Shearer's record of 36 PL goals in a calendar year - and he still has two more games to come before we say goodbye to 2017!
Source: BBC Sport
Sat, Dec 23, 2017 02:47:00 PM

Harry Kane took home the match ball as an early Christmas present after scoring all three of his side's goals against Burnley at Turf Moor.

Dele Alli was the centre of attention early in the game, picking up a yellow card for a rash tackle on Charlie Taylor. He then won his side a penalty by falling dubiously easily in the box. Harry Kane made no mistake from the spot, rifling into the top corner. Nick Pope saved well from Sissoko during the first half but his poor distribution meant his side were under relentless pressure. The Clarets' cause was not helped by Chris Wood being forced off with injury. Spurs really should have killed the game off long before Harry Kane got his second, a simple finish past Pope after Sissoko played him in but Son in particular missed a sitter. Kane added gloss to the scoreline with his third on 78', equalling Alan Shearer's record of 36 PL goals in a calendar year - and he still has two more games to come before we say goodbye to 2017!
Source: BBC Sport
Sat, Dec 23, 2017 02:45:00 PM

Harry Kane and Dele Alli were both questionable with injuries and their lack of full sharpness showed as Arsenal were the better side in Arsenal's 2-0 North London Derby win.

The narrative ahead of the match was the growing talent gap between Spurs and Arsenal as well as the "revolution" that Mauricio Pochettino has effected as his counterpart's revolution fades from memory. Arsenal's 2-0 win to kick off Week 12 in the Premier League doesn't necessarily change the narrative but puts it on hold. Spurs will take solace in the fact that their best attacking players - Kane and Alli - were both shy of their best. Expect both to rebound starting with Week 13.
Source: espnfc.com
Sat, Nov 18, 2017 09:39:00 AM

Mauricio Pochettino insists Harry Kane will be available for the north London derby despite his withdrawal from England duty because of injury.

The Tottenham striker, who has been hampered by a hamstring problem in recent weeks, sustained a knee injury during the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday. Further tests were carried out by the national team medical department and it was agreed that Kane would not be risked in the upcoming friendly internationals against Germany and Brazil. However, Pochettino was quick to allay mounting fears that the 24-year-old was set for more time on the sidelines: "Harry Kane is okay," Pochettino said speaking at the launch of his book ‘Brave New World’ on Wednesday. "You can see in the last [match] he received a kick to his knee, but he will be available for the next game." Harry Winks [ankle] and Dele Alli [hamstring] are also expected to return in time for the early kick-off against London rivals Arsenal at the Emirates on November 18.
Wed, Nov 8, 2017 04:05:00 PM

Mauricio Pochettino is "very confident" and it is understood Harry Kane will definitely play against Real Madrid tonight in the reverse fixture of their Champions League group stage match.

Fantastic news for Tottenham, fantasy managers and football fans in general, as we should be treated to a Kane vs Cristiano Ronaldo battle tonight at Wembley Stadium. The Mirror goes so far to say that Kane will start the match, but one would not be surprised if he only plays for an hour or so. For those salivating over the weekend match against Crystal Palace, an hour shift coming away unscathed would be the ideal scenario.
Source: Mirror
Wed, Nov 1, 2017 07:06:00 AM

Mauricio Pochettino confirmed Friday that Harry Kane will miss out of Tottenham's trip to Old Trafford on Saturday as the striker needs a bit more time to recover from a hamstring strain.

It seems to be a reoccurring theme this season - marquee players in form, causing a frenzy to buy them ahead of the next gameweek, only to not be involved. Heartbreaking news for those that transferred Kane in this week for the FPL game and, of course, this is the centerpiece player for any manager that owns him in draft leagues, so his absence will be felt all around. Fernando Llorente figures to start tomorrow. While a spot start for a Tottenham striker would usually be attractive for those combing the waiver wire, expectation should be tempered with the match at Old Trafford, where United have yet to concede this season. Pochettino will assess Kane again ahead of Spurs CL clash with Real Madrid next week.
Source: The Guardian
Fri, Oct 27, 2017 06:09:00 AM

Mauricio Pochettino has sent the fantasy world into a tail spin following his post-match beIN Sports interview on Wednesday night.

The Tottenham boss was speaking after his side’s dramatic 3-2 defeat to London rivals West Ham at Wembley. When asked if Harry Kane would be available for the trip to Old Trafford - after he was rested in the Carabao Cup - he responded by saying: "We'll see, we'll see. We need to assess the team because we were forced to rotate for different reasons and we'll see what happens in the next few days." The in-form striker was seen clutching his hamstring on Sunday before being replaced with two minutes remaining, however, Kane dismissed any suggestion of injury while Pochettino insisted his withdrawal was due to fatigue. "He was tired from the end. It's normal, it will be no problem." If he does miss out then Fernando Llorente could make his first Premier League since arriving from Swansea, while Heung-Min Son is another option with Sissoko or Dier coming into the side which crushed Liverpool 4-1.
Thu, Oct 26, 2017 04:59:00 AM

Mauricio Pochettino was quick to allay mounting injury concerns after Harry Kane was replaced with two minutes, plus injury time, remaining in today’s fixture with Liverpool.

The in-form striker appeared to grab his left hamstring in the dying moments and was immediately substituted sparking fears that he could be set for a spell on the sidelines. But, to the huge relief of more than two million FPL managers, the Tottenham boss confirmed his withdrawal was due to fatigue and not injury: "He's tired, three games in one week and the effort was amazing from him." Pochettino went on to wax lyrical about the striker who once again scored to take him to the top of the goal scoring charts. "He is a fantastic player, one of the best strikers, it's difficult to find words to describe him - he's unbelievable, the effort when we don't have the ball - so professional." Kane will be rested in the Carabao Cup with a view to returning in the early kick-off at Old Trafford next Saturday.
Source: talkSPORT
Sun, Oct 22, 2017 05:01:00 PM

A Premier League single-game attendance record was set today as Harry Kane contributed two goals and an assist en route to Tottenham's convincing 4-1 win over Liverpool.

Whatever nerves Tottenham were holding while playing at Wembley were eradicated today, as over 80,000 people showed up to watch an impressive display by Spurs. They got an early goal to take away any pressure, when Kane received a Kieran Trippier ball, kept his balance while rounding the keeper and found the back of the net. Eight minutes later, it was 2-0 when Kane angled a lovely ball to Heung-min Son and the latter slotted home. Liverpool would pull one back not long after, but Dele Alli's goal just before halftime, smashing home a ball cleared perfectly into his path, kept the momentum with the home side. Kane capped off his lovely day in the 56th minute, poaching a ball home after an initial shot from Jan Vertonghen. Kane went down late and was removed, but it looks initially to be a minor cramp issue.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Oct 22, 2017 01:02:00 PM