- Harry Kane is set for lenghty spell on the sidelines ankle injuring both ankles
- Tottenham were beaten by Liverpool and the England striker was substituted
- Jose Mourinho will have to depend on Real Madrid star Gareth Bale in the attack
Harry Kane has been hit with an injury during Tottenham's loss to Liverpool and he is expected to be out of action for up to six weeks.
The Englishman injured his two ankles from Thiago and Henderson's challenges during the course of the first 45 minutes.
Jose Mourinho will now be relying on Garteh Bale to pull the strings in the attack for Spurs and keep their Premier League title hopes alive.
The Portguese gaffer insisted that Kane is irreplaceable but would have to lookupto Bale to soften the blow.
The Sours boss said:
“I don’t think he is a striker. It was something we spoke about when he joined us and he was very objective with me by saying he doesn’t feel he is a left winger or a No10 like he was before.
“The position he likes to play is where he plays every minute we give him and that is on the right side of attack.”
Kane was substituted at half time and is set to undergo scans this weekend when the swelling on his ankles has gone down to determine the extent of the injuries.
During the post-match interview Mourinho claimed Kane will be out for just a few weeks but privately Spurs medical chiefs fear it could be twice as long as that.
“Harry Kane is Harry Kane. There are players in some teams who are not replaceable.
“But one thing is to have like last season three or four attacking players all injured at the same time and another thing is to have just Harry Kane injured because we have other attacking players.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho has vented his frustrations at Thiago's challenge on Harry Kane during Tottenham's loss to Liverpool, Mirror.
The England striker will be out for a few weeks and it will come as a huge blow to Spurs' title challenge this season.
Thiago delivered a bad tackle to Kane after the referee ignored a call from the Spaniard who tried to dribble past Pierre-Emile Hoejbjerg.