Where would Tottenham be without Harry Kane this season?
The striker is in the midst of another sensational campaign in North London, netting 13 goals in all competitions including a brace against Liverpool last weekend and a hat-trick against APOEL in the Champions League.
In fact, Spurs’ reliance on Kane for goals is perhaps their only weakness.
That much was evident on Wednesday night, when the side were embarrassed by West Ham in their Carabao Cup clash.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side threw away a fairly comfortable two-goal lead in a 3-2 defeat to their London rivals.
Pretty shocking stuff.
Kane – who wasn’t included in the matchday squad for the shock defeat – was seemingly being rested ahead of the top-of-the-table clash against Manchester United at the weekend.
But when asked by bein SPORTS if Kane would face United, Pochettino was coy in his response.
He said: “We’ll see, we’ll see.
“We need to assess the team because we were forced to rotate for different reasons and we’ll see what happens in the next few days.”
Mind games, or genuine?
But if Kane is set to miss the game, then that spell disaster for a large portion of Dream Team managers.
The England forward – who’s the most expensive player on the game this season – has been picked by over 48% of fantasy football managers.
And with good reason.
The towering-forward has amassed a tasty total of 129 points so far, making him by-far the best player to have in your team.