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Chelsea Fans’ Reactions to Harry Kane Being Fit to Play Them Are Funny

Chelsea Fans’ Reactions to Harry Kane Being Fit to Play Them Are Funny

Chelsea fans aren’t surprised that Harry Kane is fit to be in the Tottenham squad to play them this afternoon.

The English striker has been missing with an ankle injury ever since limping out of his side’s clash with Bournemouth last month.

The initial recovery time was set at over a month, but he’s made a miraculous recovery inside three weeks and takes his place in today’s squad for the trip to Stamford Bridge.

Mauricio Pochettino has decided against starting him in the game, but his inclusion in the squad so soon after the injury is getting a funny response from Chelsea supporters on Twitter:

We’d love to see the meltdown if Kane climbs off the bench and ends up scoring for Tottenham.

It’s an important game for both teams as Tottenham, sitting in fourth in the Premier League table, are five points ahead of Chelsea.

As we move into the run-in, a victory for Spurs would take that to eight and make it very difficult for Antonio Conte’s men to recover for a top four spot.

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