Spurs forward Harry Kane has been ruled out of the North London Derby in November. The striker was stretchered off on the weekend and is expected to miss up to two months (via ESPN).
Harry Kane showed his importance to the Spurs team on Sunday, netting the only goal in a 1-0 win over Sunderland, but the North London side could now have to do without their star man. Kane was stretchered off in the win and multiple reports indicate that he will miss up to two months with ankle ligament damage.
Spurs play four Champions League matches in that time as well as Premier League matches against Manchester City, Leicester City and a North London Derby against The Gunners. The striker was the bane of Arsenal last season, scoring a goal in both Premier League matches between the clubs. In fact, Kane has four in three North London Derbies in the league so his absence will be noted.
While there hasn’t been any official confirmation from the club, multiple reports indicate that the striker faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines. The club are awaiting the results of a second scan which will find out the extent of the injury but it does not look good for the striker.