Tottenham suffer huge scare ahead of Carabao Cup Final as Kane limps off injured against Everton to leave Jose sweating

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Tottenham suffer huge scare ahead of Carabao Cup Final as Kane limps off injured against Everton to leave Jose sweating

TOTTENHAM are sweating ahead of next week’s Carabao Cup Final after Harry Kane limped off against Everton. The striker scored twice to hel

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TOTTENHAM are sweating ahead of next week’s Carabao Cup Final after Harry Kane limped off against Everton.

The striker scored twice to help his side earn a 2-2 draw against the Toffees at Goodison Park on Friday.

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Tottenham have suffered a huge injury scare after Harry Kane hobbled off against Everton[/caption]

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The striker appeared to hurt his ankle in the dying stages of the game[/caption]

But his night ended in miserable fashion after suffered a blow while defending a late corner.

The 27-year-old, whose brace helped him reach the 30-goal mark for the campaign, hobbled off in the dying seconds as a concerned Jose Mourinho watched on.

His team-mate Eric Dier said afterwards: “Obviously it’s always worrying when you see him limping because he doesn’t fall over easily and he takes a lot of knocks and doesn’t fall over easily. 

“It’s early days to say what or how bad it is. He’s a tough boy and he’ll do as much as he can to be ready.”

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