Tottenham are still in the FA Cup but Spurs will have to get past Swansea City in the FA Cup quarter-finals as Mauricio Pochettino looks to win his first piece of silverware at White Hart Lane. "We need to wait until tomorrow". "If you're positive you start the injury return from today". I hope, we hope, it is not a massive issue but we need to wait until tomorrow.
Tottenham were down 1-0 at the time of Kane's withdrawal, though Dele Alli quickly equalised to make it 1-1 at the Vitality Stadium.
Thankfully though, Tottenham's boss doesn't think the injury will cause a "big issue".
However, the loss of Kane to an ankle injury presents a major concern to Pochettino who will be anxious to learn the full extent of the forward's problem having twice lost the player to a similar injury last season.
Pochettino confirmed that Danny Rose was replaced with "fatigue and a knock" but said the left-back, who was at fault for Bournemouth's goal with Aurier, was not injured, while he said Alli was also tired and would be monitored during the week.More news: Change clock and check alarm batteries this weekend
Tottenham cruised past Bournemouth with Son Heung-Min in fine scoring form.
Tottenham do not now have a Premier League match until April 1, but that is away against Chelsea and potentially of huge significance in the race for a top four finish. He's netted 24 goals this season, but so has Mo Salah.
Pochettino was then asked about Dele Alli and Danny Rose's conditions as they were also substituted during the 4-1 victory, which was secured through a Son Heung-Min double and strikes from Alli and Serge Aurier.
"I think he is doing a fantastic season, the best season since he arrived", added Pochettino.
"I think it's a very, very soft call from the referee", said Howe.
Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan then each contributed a goal and an assist to give Arsenal a win that does little more than strengthen its hold on sixth place.