Tottenham Hotspur picked up an impressive 4-1 win away to Bournemouth in the English Premier League on Sunday, in a match that talisman striker Harry Kane was substituted off with an ankle injury.
Heading into the break level with the Cherries after a competitive first half, Spurs eventually showed their class with three second half goals, restoring their five point lead over fifth placed Chelsea.
Fans were delighted with the performance, especially after their most important player was subbed off after a nasty looking ankle injury.
The Guardian report that Harry Kane is set to receive a scan tomorrow to find out the severity of his injury, which could rule him out of the World Cup in Russia this summer.
However, supporters are remaining upbeat, believing they’ve shed their image as a one man team and can cope with the striker’s absence no mater how long he is out for.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Kane goes off the pitch everyone says spurs seasons over…meanwhile the team bangs in 4 goals against a classy and well structured Bournemoth #COYS Also I would put money on Kane back early April.
— Robert Reed (@robertreed10) March 11, 2018
— Paolo Iantosca (@LWOSPaolo) March 11, 2018
We don’t know the full extent of the Kane injury, probably not serious, however I’m not worried even if it was. We have goals elsewhere in the squad and we’ll prove that we’re not a one man team #COYS
— Carl Campbell (@carlcampbell808) March 11, 2018
It’s a big blow if Kane gonna miss some games but let me remind you all we played 8 games without him last season won 5 drew 3 and lost none so its not the end of the world. We have Son who can play the nummer 9 role #COYS
— Allan Vestergård Matyla Freyborg (@Freye74) March 11, 2018
Yes Kane’s injury is a blow to @SpursOfficial but there’s no need to say our ‘season is over’. Harry last scored against Crystal Palace and in games since then (4) we have scored 13 goals – none of which were scored by Harry #COYS #THFC #HarryKane #Tottenham
— Aaron (@SpursAaron) March 11, 2018
Not sure how we ended up winning that 4-1 but fuck yeah! Losing Kane is a blow but I’m weirdly not worried? 4-3-3 with Son up front works! Time to book our place in the semi of the FA Cup next week and then smash Chelski #COYS
— Watson (@watson_THFC) March 11, 2018
I love Harry Kane and hoping for a speedy recovery for him, but shouldn't the headlines highlight more on the fact that we still managed to win without him and scored 4 goals? Instead his injury is taking precedence and is overshadowing our great performance. #COYS #BOUTOT #THFC
— Dylan Lingham (@dylan_lingham) March 11, 2018
I’m absolutely delighted with the victory.
It is a shame about Kane but other players are capable & need step up.
Well done to Poch for the change he made today, Lamela ended up being the right substitution at the time.
— Joey (@Mastermode33) March 11, 2018