However, 13-goal Harry will miss tomorrow’s Premier League clash against Manchester United at Old Trafford after feeling his hamstring late in last weekend’s 4-1 win against Liverpool.
“We’re very disappointed - it’s a minor injury but we cannot take a risk,” reported Mauricio ahead of training on Friday. “We’ll miss him for the next game and hope he will be ready for Real Madrid.
“Of course, football is about the squad, we have good players and we can replace him and try to win.
“It’s not an excuse that there is no Harry Kane tomorrow. We have Fernando, Son, we have options. We’ll take the best decision for the team.”
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