'Good news' - Tottenham star delivers major boost after injury setback
By Russell Edge
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has said he is back to full fitness after his injury layof which saw him miss two of the club’s games in recent weeks.
The 24-year-old striker left the pitch clutching his hamstring in the final moments of the club’s convincing 4-1 win over Liverpool, having already netted a double.
It was confirmed after the match he had picked up a minor strain and would be a doubt for the club’s upcoming fixtures against West Ham, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
While he sat out the League Cup defeat to the Hammers and the narrow 1-0 loss to title rivals United, he returned to the first team for their Champions League tie against the current holders, playing his part in a 3-1 win at Wembley on Wednesday.
Speaking after the victory, he handed the club a major boost by confirming the injury is firmly behind him and he is feeling as confident as he did prior to the setback, having played 79 minutes against Los Blancos.
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He was quoted by talkSPORT as saying: “It feels good, which is good news.
“It was a quick turnaround. It was great to be out there and I felt good, felt sharp so I look forward to the next weekend now.”
Spurs will be looking to carry their impressive win into their next match which sees them play host to basement club Crystal Palace on Sunday.
In other Tottenham news, fans were left fuming at the performance of one man in their Champions League win over Real Madrid.