Harry Kane Named England Player Of The Year 2018

Harry Kane Named England Player Of The Year 2018

- Spurs won a Premier League game without Kane or Son Heung-Min for the first time since March 2014 (3-2 v Southampton).

Mauricio Pochettino had endured a hard week, losing to Manchester United before losing Heung-Min Son to the Asian Cup and Kane to the physio room. The likelihood of Liverpool allowing one of their squad players to join a title rival seems highly unlikely especially after they allowed Dominic Solanke to recently join Bournemouth.

Rossi is a free agent after leaving Genoa a year ago following an injury-plagued time in Italy and the striker is now training with former club Manchester United in order to stay fit.

'Yesterday I was watching Barcelona [against Levante] and the striker was Leo Messi, ' said Pochettino. "You know we're not thinking too much about that".

"I feel like they have to go into the market and any potential signings they were looking at for the summer need to be fast forward to this window to help maintain what is a good season so far".

"It was a blur, I can't remember what happened, it was a great moment and a win that we needed", Winks said.

However, the 33-year-old has failed to impress since making the switch to Spurs from Swansea having only scored four times this season.

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Alli hurt his left hamstring in the closing stages to add to Spurs' growing injury list, but an unlikely pair of heroes combined to create the victor deep into stoppage time.

A third successive defeat leaves Fulham above only Huddersfield in the Premier League and seven points away from the safety zone.

Fernando Llorente scored an own goal on his first Premier League start of the season, but Harry Winks headed a late victor at Fulham.

"But of course it's going to be an important player out for a time".

"When he is one of the best strikers in Europe it is going to affect performances".

"It's not a worry, it's a massive opportunity for other players to play", insisted the ever-optimistic Pochettino.

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