Tottenham's Harry Kane out until March with ankle injury
Kane will miss Carabao Cup semi-final second leg vs Chelsea
By James Dale
Last Updated: 16/01/19 6:18am
Tottenham's Harry Kane has been ruled out until March with an ankle injury.
Scans have revealed the England captain damaged ligaments in his left ankle during Sunday's defeat to Manchester United after competing for a loose ball with United duo Phil Jones and Victor Lindelof seconds before the final whistle.
Kane hobbled off the pitch, prompting manager Mauricio Pochettino to raise concerns over the injury post-match, with Heung-Min Son set to depart for the Asian Cup.
Tottenham's medical staff will continue to monitor Kane as he begins rehabilitation, but he is not expected to return to training until early March.
Kane will miss Tottenham's Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Chelsea on January 24, as well as the final which is due to take place on February 24 - should Spurs get there.
He is also likely to miss both legs of Spurs' Champions League last-16 tie against Borussia Dortmund.
It leaves Fernando Llorente as Pochettino's only recognised striker available for Spurs' upcoming fixtures, having declared Vincent Janssen is not part of his plans.