Harry Kane has eased concerns over a knee injury after scoring a hat-trick in Tottenham’s 3-0 win over Fulham in the fifth round of the FA Cup.Keane suffered (23 years), a blow to his knee in the defeat against Tottenham Europa League Gent on February 16, sparking fears he may miss the FA Cup match against Fulham at the weekend.
However, England began to Craven Cottage and lasted 75 minutes before being replaced by Moussa Sissoko.Speaking after the game, Ken, which his knee was “fine” and insisted the injury he sustained against Gent was only a slight one.
“It was fine. It was only a clash between the knees in the game. So it was all icing it and compress it, and make sure it is ready for the weekend,” he was quoted as telling Sky Sports.
“I want to play every game, and the old man makes choice and you’re ready to start.”The Tottenham beat Fulham just their third win in their last 15 away games in all competitions Host along with Mauricio Pochettino at Millwall in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup at White Hart Lane.
Pochettino paid tribute to Keane after his hat-trick against Fulham, saying that the England striker was “a very good professional.””Not only because he scores a lot of goals, he’s a great player, a great person,” he told Sky Sports.
“He is a very good professional, with his commitment to the club, the team, the coaching staff for the team.””We are very proud to be not only a player, but a man, and how it is in the team.”
Argentine coach revealed that he held meetings with the team after injuring Tottenham defeats back to back against Liverpool and Ghent, respectively, during the past week.
“After two defeats many of the players wanted to play today. I did not feel that they are tired, and because the day was a great opportunity to show that we are alive, and to show that feeling after two defeats,” said Pochettino.