Harry Kane joined in the celebrations last night as as he watched his teammates fight back in the second half to overcome a 3-0 deficit.
When asked by BT Sport about his chances of being ready for the Champions League against Liverpool Kane has this to say;
“Hopefully, rehab is going well. I started straight line running this week. That’s why I ran over there because it was straight and I didn’t cut any corners. So far so good and if it keep going like this then it’s positive and I’d hope to be fit but there’s still a few weeks to go.”
Having scored 24 goals this season, Spurs will be hoping that their top scorer will also be fit to face Liverpool when they take them on in the final on the 1st of June.
Kane was proud of his teammates fightback and was full of praise for his team after lending his voice at halftime;
“Just incredible. Disappointing first half, thought we didn’t start well. We let them play and they scored two. I said at half-time it’s 45 mins to give everything, could be our second to last game of the season.
‘When Lucas scored two you thought there’s a chance but Jan (Vertonghen) hit the bar and then Lucas scored the winner right at the end.
I’m a fan first and foremost, I know how much it means to the club, the chairman, the staff and as a player you’re looking at the game thinking what you would be doing. But the lads dug deep, showed heart and passion.”
While Kane might say he’s a fan first and foremost, he will be working overtime to ensure that by the time the final arrives he’s on the pitch on not in the stands, make no mistake that all Spurs fans will be encouraging him every step of the way.