Tottenham confirm Kane has a 'significant' ankle injury

Tottenham confirm Kane has a 'significant' ankle injury

Tottenham confirm Kane has a 'significant' ankle injury

Lucas Moura has vowed "never to forget" his first hat-trick in Europe as Tottenham downed Huddersfield.

Tottenham won that match 1-0 thanks to a Son Heung-min goal, with the second leg to come this week.

Moura helped Spurs overcome the absence of injured striker Harry Kane by becoming the first player with a hat trick in the club's new stadium after Victor Wanyama opened scoring in the 24th minute.

And they will be expecting to beat bottom-placed Huddersfield in the Premier League's early game.

"I am so happy, the performance was very professional, I am happy for Lucas for his hat-trick". It's the same with Harry Winks.

He will also miss the final League of Nations tournament. "He is doing some training sessions with protection, he needs to feel comfortable". Davies fired wide, Lucas weaved his way past three defenders before firing straight at Hamer from 20 yards and Llorente glanced another header just wide - this time from a Davies cross - as we continued to dominate the game. It's a similar situation, it's not a big issue but it's an issue that maybe won't allow him to play or not be in condition to play Wednesday.

"We need to assess him but he's not in a great place which is normal after a few days". You know his sole focus now and he's going to be so positive.

For Huddersfield, who saw Juninho Bacuna's free-kick tipped onto the crossbar, this was their 19th defeat in 21 matches as they count down the matches until their Premier League journey ends.

The visitors were sitting back and playing deep in the early stages and it could have become a hard game for us had it gone on too long without scoring, so Victor Wanyama's opening goal was a big moment in the match.

"It will be so hard there but if we play like we did today we can go there and get a good result and we can qualify".

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