On-Loan Spurs Striker Harry Kane Stretchered Off In Norwich League Cup Match

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Harry Kane suffered what appeared to be a serious injury for Norwich on Wednesday

Tottenham Hotspur sent Harry Kane on loan to Norwich City to get him some experience, but instead he's ended up with what might be a serious injury. The striker went down during the Canaries' League Cup match on Wednesday and had to be stretchered off the pitch.

"He's felt something go in his foot so we will assess the injury tomorrow and of course hope its not too serious," Norwich manager Chris Hughton said after the match.

Reports from the ground feared a serious injury and Kane spent a long time on the ground receiving treatment before getting on the stretcher. Initially, reports called it a knee injury, but Hughton says it is a foot.

Kane was playing in his second match for Norwich and missed a good chance earlier in the match. He was just beginning to find a place in Hughton's squad, which he needed to build on last season's eight-goal output while on loan with Millwall.

Now we wait for word on the severity of his injury. Hurrikane's are strong.

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