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Harry Kane injury: Tottenham star OUT of Euro 2016 as England hitman suffers knee injury

In disastrous news for both England and Tottenham Hotspur fans, striker Harry Kane has picked up a knee injury and is a major doubt for the rest of the season.

The hitman’s participation at Euro 2016 this summer is also in jeopardy, with a statement on the Spurs website confirming that the forward faces at least two months on the sideline.

Kane has been one of the outstanding individuals in the Premier League this season, having demonstrated that his fine showing last term was not a one-off.

The 22-year-old has scored an impressive 21 goals in 31 outings in the EPL this term, and found the net against Germany as the Three Lions secured a 3-2 victory during the international break.

However, Tottenham revealed the bombshell on Friday morning that the attacker had suffered a knee injury in training on Thursday.

Early reports are that the forward has torn the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, which, if confirmed, will both rule him out of the rest of the season and participation at the European Championships this summer.

The news comes as a major blow for Spurs’ title hopes, with the Lilywhites currently sitting second in the table, five points behind Leicester City and six ahead of Arsenal, having played a game more.

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