Jose Mourinho believes Harry Kane will be fit to face Arsenal on Sunday despite the striker needing ice on his knee after picking up a knock against Dinamo Zagreb.
Kane scored twice to give Spurs a comfortable victory in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 tie but was quickly substituted when he went down in pain in the 82nd minute.
The 27-year-old was seen getting some treatment on the injury while he sat on the bench for the remainder of the game but Mourinho played down any fears that it could affect his involvement in the north London derby this weekend.
Harry, I don’t believe is anything big,’ the Spurs boss said.’Sunday is a match everyone wants to play and little things will not stop him. I don’t have the feeling it is anything serious. Let’s see the reaction tomorrow but I am sure he will be fine.’Kane put in a man-of-the-match performance with two clinical finishes in each half to take his goal tally to 26 for the season. The striker also played a role in preserving the team’s clean sheet with a number of important clearances.