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Rossi a no-go for Tottenham as Pochettino rules out panic buys

Rossi a no-go for Tottenham as Pochettino rules out panic buys

Harry Winks scored a stoppage time victor as Spurs got the job done against Fulham despite the injury to Harry Kane.

But boss Claudio Ranieri still believes a great escape is possible if his side can match the levels they reached in a first-half display that should have yielded more than a 1-0 lead at the break. If we find the player that is going to help us and add quality we are more than open to making that happen.

It looks highly unlikely that England worldwide Alli, who has already been out twice this season with hamstring problems, will be fit to face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge on Thursday.

Speaking BT Sport show Saturday Morning Savage as quoted by Football London, Redknapp said the injury to Kane is a big blow and admitted he does not know how Pochettino will decide to play without the 25-year-old.

The England worldwide received treatment off the pitch with what looked like a suspected hamstring injury. "Of course we are going to see, the time to recover and have the full recovery".

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been voted as the 2018 England men's player of the year following his superb performances for his country and his Premier League side. "Maybe it's not going to be Dele but we are going to have Lucas on the bench or maybe from the beginning".

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Llorente's own goal was a moment of misfortune, but beyond that, the Spaniard largely failed to give Spurs the focal point they needed in attack.

"We are alive, we continue to fight".

"We are so insane, the managers that sometimes we decide to do something different, no?"

"We have a lot of free-kicks and I said to players, 'Why do we have to put the ball in the box?'" But stay smart until the end.

Tottenham Hotspur scored deep in stoppage time to sink Fulham 2-1 in their Premier League clash on Sunday evening.