Tottenham captain Kane recovering well from hamstring injury

Tanya Simon
March 24, 2020

The England captain has been out since his hamstring broke against Southampton on New Year's Day and underwent surgery in January.

The Premier League is suspended until at least April 30 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

"I'm not too far away, I'd normally hope to be back with the team in two or three weeks' time", he explained.

Jose Mourinho's side, who also lost forward Son Heung-min to injury, have since fallen from sixth to eighth in the table, and are four points behind fifth-place Manchester United.

Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has worked alongside Age UK and Love Your DoorStep in Enfield to prepare food parcels and other items for delivery to the more vulnerable members of the community as people here grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.

"I'm at a great phase, virtually doing every little thing, now it has to do with developing my physical fitness".

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'From a rehab point of view and personal point of view, I'm doing really well, ' he said.

Kane added: "It's such a unusual situation, no-one has been in this situation before". "I'm at a great phase now as well as simply striving, doing a great deal of recuperation, a great deal of rehabilitation as well as simply waiting to see what occurs to the period".

Kane has a home gym and is doing his rehabilitation there, while Tottenham have given individual training plans to each player during the lockdown.

"It's such a unusual situation, no one has been in this situation before".

Prior to the virus suspension, Tottenham's 4-0 aggregate thrashing by Leipzig added the misery of their early Champions League exit to a season in which the 2019 finalists have been brought crashing back down to earth. Like anything, you have to take the positives out of it and do what you can. "We'll just have to wait and see".

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