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Spurs confirm Son out with foot injury

Son Heung-min was in injured against Manchester City. Credit: PA

Son Heung-min is facing a spell on the sidelines after injuring his foot in Tottenham's defeat of Manchester City.

The 23-year-old has settled impressively at White Hart Lane after making the £22million move from Bayer Leverkusen last month.

The South Korea forward has netted three goals in five Spurs appearances to date and would have had another was it not for the offside flag in the 4-1 Barclays Premier League win against City on Saturday.

Son was replaced by Clinton Njie with 13 minutes of the match remaining and Tottenham have confirmed he picked up an unspecified foot injury during the White Hart Lane encounter.

Sprus striker Kane hopes to have shut people up

Harry Kane netted his first of the season on Saturday. Credit: PA

Harry Kane has revealed the satisfaction he felt when silencing his critics with his first Premier League goal of the season.

The talented Tottenham forward scored the third of his team's four goals during Saturday's 4-1 defeat of Manchester City.

Maybe I shut up a few people who have been talking over the last few weeks.

Only seven games and a few people said 'one-season wonder'. People can judge me at the end of the season and we will go from there. I have to stay focused but it is great to score.

When you score like last season it becomes a drug, and when someone takes it away from you you want to get it back. You want to score again and it was a good feeling to score again.

It is frustrating [to be criticised]. I kind of use it to get my juices flowing and to prove these people wrong. I have had to prove people wrong throughout my career to get where I am.

It is not easy coming through as a youngster but it makes me want to get better and the more people say it, the more I want to prove them wrong.

– Harry Kane


Spurs star not ready for England call - Pochettino

Dele Alli as impressed at the start of this season. Credit: PA

Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino believes it is too soon to talk about midfielder Dele Alli playing for England.

Alli, who left MK Dons in the summer, has been a revelation this season, forcing his way into Pochettino's starting line-up with a series of sparkling displays.

It's the same situation as last season with Harry Kane.

Be careful with the younger players, the players who arrive in the Premier League and perform well. It's not easy.

But again, like last season, it's not my decision. It's Roy Hodgson's decision if he wants to call up Dele Alli.

You can see he's a player that is very mature and shows great quality but always in football it's step by step and we need to be careful.

He will mature. He has personality and good character. But it is too much of a rush to talk about bigger steps for him.

– Mauricio Pochettino
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