Harry Kane was out of the most important games of the season for Tottenham but the lily-whites have still made their way into the Champions League final. They beat Man City and Ajax to get to the final. An all English European final in over a decade, this final is sure to be one about nerves and temperament.
Injured since April 10, he has already missed 9 games since his ankle ligament injury. He was injured in the first leg of the quarter-final against Manchester City, and Tottenham still went on to win the game, as well as the tie on away goals.
Harry Kane found it hard to watch the game against City
The injury led to Harry Kane missing out on the decisive second leg, as well as both the semi-finals. While the rest of the squad fought on the pitch, Kane had to endure all the drama from the sidelines. Kane was able to travel with the squad to the Netherlands for the semi-final but the injury forced him to watch the thrilling encounter with City from his home.
One incident that could potentially have broken the dream of Tottenham players and fans was the disallowed goal by Raheem Sterling. He found the net in added time and with seconds remaining the goal was disallowed by VAR. So, it is that Tottenham will face Liverpool in the final on June 1.
Now, Kane has spoken about the emotions that ran through him as he absorbed in front of his television the game that he so much wanted to play.
“It is so hard watching as a fan because you’ve got no control,”
“The Manchester City game, I was watching at home with a friend and my dad and the emotions of that game were crazy. We were so up and down.
– Harry Kane via Mirror
Let’s keep the final to a tidy, decisive 90 minutes then Harry, right?