Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been declared fit to play in the North London giants’ biggest game till date.
Spurs will face Liverpool in the 2019 Champions League final in what’s easily the biggest game in the history of the club and England national team skipper Harry Kane will take his place in the starting XI.
Harry Kane took part in the final training session for Tottenham Hotspur on Friday evening ahead of the all-important Champions League final billed for the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker was a serious doubt for the game after suffering a serious ankle injury during the Champions League quarterfinal first leg clash with Premier League champions Manchester City at the new Spurs Stadium in April.
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Kane was substituted in the second half of that game after he suffered an ankle injury during a collision with international teammate Fabian Delph as Tottenham Hotspur won the game by a lone goal courtesy a Son Heung-Min strike.
Harry Kane missed the second leg at the Etihad Stadium as Spurs held off Manchester City in the second leg to a 4-3 defeat thereby advancing via the away goals rule.
He was also absent as Spurs came from behind in their semifinal tie with Dutch champions Ajax Amsterdam to secure a final meeting with Liverpool.