Tottenham are a team that achieve things for other to follow in our footsteps and we have done it again.
Yesterday was the first time in Premier League history that a team losing in the 88th minute goes on to win a game by two goals #COYS
Striker Harry Kane has officially returned to first-team training and is expected to be fit for the Bournemouth game next week with the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea 15 days away. Son Heung-min and or Vincent Janssen will fill in for him again against Watford at the weekend, no point rushing him back.
Michel Vorm sustained a knee injury against Swansea City and is undergoing further assessment. Hugo Lloris should be fit after feeling unwell in midweek meaning 22-year-old (23 in December) Spaniard Pau Lopez could well be on the bench again.
Left-back Danny Rose won't be returning to training until the end of the month so he will miss the Chelsea FA Cup semi-final and the North London Derby against Arsenal. Ben Davies will continue to get an extended run in the side and will be playing in some important games.
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