Mauricio Pochettino admits Tottenham are 'concerned' by Harry Kane ankle injury

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Kane spent almost two months out between September and November 2016 with an injury to that right ankle before another two-and-a-half-week period out with the same issue between March and April 2017.

Kane missed 14 matches last season with two separate injuries to the same ankle. "We need to wait until tomorrow". Until tomorrow (Monday) and the scan we can not say nothing more.

"It is a ligament problem and it is true he twisted his ankle. I hope that's it's not a massive problem".

Tottenham fans are now holding their collective breaths after Harry Kane was taken off injured during Spurs' tie against Bournemouth, following a collision with Cherries keeper Asmir Begovic.

He threw a water bottle as he headed down the tunnel for treatment.

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"He was happy for the victory and then when you score it's a massive moment for the players".

With England manager Gareth Southgate set to name his squad for the forthcoming global friendlies against Holland and Italy before Spurs face an important FA Cup quarter-final at Swansea next weekend, Kane could be a major absentee for club and country.

Starsport revealed last week that Southgate was set to name Kane as captain with a view to wearing the armband at the World Cup.

Dele Alli also came off late in the game with a knock but Pochettino said: "I don't believe it's a big issue".

Pochettino said: "It was only fatigue".

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Those changes could have cost Spurs, when they find themselves behind inside the first ten minutes of the game, with Junior Stanislas finding the back of the net.

Son Heung-min's double and goals from Dele Alli and Serge Aurier saw Spurs run out 4-1 winners at Dean Court.

Bournemouth started at a breakneck pace and only a lack of composure by Stanislas prevented them from taking the lead inside four minutes.

Home boss Eddie Howe replaced Mousset and Daniels with Josh King and Jordon Ibe as he looked for a way back into the game, and Francis tried his luck with another long-range strike only to see it fly over.

"Of course he suffered an injury that is in the same ankle that he suffered before".

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