Harry Kane, the Premier League's joint top scorer, will have a scan to determine the severity of an ankle injury sustained in Tottenham's 4-1 victory at Bournemouth on Sunday, with manager Mauricio Pochettino admitting he is concerned by the injury.
Kane went off after 30 minutes after colliding with Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic and badly twisting his ankle.
"We are concerned because still we can't know what will happen to him", said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
"We need to wait because we will scan his ankle".
Dele Alli soon equalised and Son Heung-Min, who moved up-front, scored twice in the second half before Serge Aurier's first goal for the club added gloss to a victory which Spurs moved above Liverpool and into third place.
"It's my wish that it isn't a big issue but we have to wait until tomorrow".
Tottenham travel to Swansea for an FA Cup quarter-final next Saturday, but their next Premier League game is not until April 1 when they face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
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The loss of England worldwide Kane, Tottenham's top scorer, who went off with an ankle injury on the half-hour, took some of the gloss off a hard-won comeback victory with the visitors slightly flattered by two late goals.
The win also saw Spurs bounce back from their disappointing midweek Champions League exit at the hands of Serie A side Juventus, to the delight of Pochettino.
The Bosnian goalkeeper's miserable afternoon was compounded in injury time when he could only swat Kieran Trippier's cross onto the head of Aurier as Tottenham banished memories of their Champions League defeat in style.
"Only fatigue, they're okay, I think in the week they're going to recover", stated Pochettino to Radio 5 Live.
The 24-year-old may not be the only injury concern to emerge from the game for Spurs either, with Danny Rose and Dele Alli each being forced off late in the match.
"It was so hard for me to see from my position, you need to trust the referee, sometimes it is for you and sometimes against you", he said.
"It's a massive three points for us".
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