We’ve been here before.
Harry Kane has rolled his flimsy ankle again and it looks like he may even miss the rest of the Premier League season.
Tottenham’s main man steamed into a tackle with Fabian Delph on Tuesday night and come off worst off.
Kane is continuing assessment but Spurs confirmed on Thursday night that their star striker has suffered ‘significant lateral ligament’ damage.
Kane missed seven games with the same injury in January and February earlier this year.
But every cloud has a silver lining for Spurs – and we’re backing history to repeat itself.
With Kane sidelined, Heung-min Son rose to the challenge… and then some.
After returning from the Asian Cup, Son scored in four successive games while Kane was continuing his rehabilitation.
To put that in Dream Team terms, he bagged 41 points in that four-game spell against Watford, Newcastle, Leicester and Borussia Dortmund.
The South Korean has 18 goals and six assists in all competitions this season – his best ever return.
Now it’s time for Son to save his side again.
He’s already made an impressive start, scoring the winner against Man City in midweek after Kane had trudged off.
Spurs then face Huddersfield, City twice (in the Champions League and league), Brighton, West Ham, Bournemouth and Everton before the end of the season.
Son will thrive in a more central role, emerging from Kane’s shadow to assume the mantle of main man.
So while Kane’s injury is a massive blow for both Spurs and Dream Team gaffers, the remedy to the pain is much closer to home than you might think.