Mourinho worried about Kane's injury, annoyed by Ndombele

Southampton, January 2 (AP) Tottenham is waiting to know the extent of Harry Kane's hamstring injury after the striker left Southampton Stadium on crutches after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Wednesday.

Kane picked up the problem in the process of scoring a goal in offside, which generated fears that he could be prepared for a long period of time on the sidelines.

That Harry comes out is negative, said Tottenham manager José Mourinho.

Hamstrings are always negative. Is it a break? Is it a spasm? Is it a contraction? At this moment I can not say.

Kane was not the only player Spurs lost due to an injury, since Tanguy Ndombele limped in the first half and caused Mourinho to lose his temper.

The French midfielder has been harassed by concerns about his fitness after his summer move from Lyon and recently told his coach that he did not want to be selected for the Boxing Day victory over Brighton.

Mourinho was not restrained in his evaluation of the club's record firm, which was brought by former manager Mauricio Pochettino.

He's always hurt, he's hurt, he's not hurt, Mourinho said.

Play a game, next week you are injured, play another game. We are full of hope and this is since the beginning of the season. Of course it is a concern, you think you have a player, you think the player is in a process of evolution, he plays very well against Norwich, you think he is ready for that today and not ready for that. I cannot say much more than that because it is a situation that comes from the beginning of the season. (AP) APA APA

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