Kane is sick’ Tottenham’s new history is born, will it come out in this game?
Tottenham’s Harry Kane (29) is out of shape.
Tottenham will play an away match against Preston on the 29th (hereinafter Korean time) in the 4th round of the FA Cup in the 2022-23 season.
The British media ‘Daily Mail’ reported Kane’s physical condition ahead of the game on the 27th. It is news that he missed training due to poor physical condition recently. The media reported that “Kane may put a brake on his chances of becoming Tottenham’s all-time top scorer, surpassing Jimmy Greaves.”
“According to manager Antonio Conte, Kane missed training on Wednesday and Thursday as he suffered from a fever. He returned to training on Friday.”
Tottenham coach Christian Stellini also commented: “The only problem for us is Kane’s health. He wasn’t feeling well last game.”
He also said, “He hasn’t trained this week. He only trained on Friday morning. But he wants to be with us and he wants to play.”
Kane scored a goal against Fulham in the 21st round of the English Premier League. With this, Kane tied the record for Tottenham’s official record with 266 goals. He stood shoulder to shoulder with Greaves, who reigned as the top goalscorer in the 1950s and 1960s.
If Kane scores just one goal, he can put his 스포츠토토name on Tottenham history. This is why all eyes are focused on Preston and the FA Cup.
From 2011, when he made his professional debut, to this day, Kane scored 266 goals in 415 official matches at Tottenham alone. He scored 199 goals in the regular league, 22 goals in cup competitions in England, and 45 goals in European competitions.
However, the variable is that his physical condition is not good. Because it is uncertain whether he will participate or not. However, if he gets into the game, he can show his goal-scoring ability at any time. “I know Kane wants to play every game,” Stellini said. “It’s a pleasure for Kane to play.”
Meanwhile, striker Arnaut Danjuma, who joined as the number 1 recruit in the winter transfer market, is scheduled to scramble from the bench, not from the starting lineup.