Kane wore a face mask to protect a broken nose against Swansea City Sunday.
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Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said that the balm of victory would help his hobbling players prepare for Wednesday's Premier League clash with London rivals West Ham United.Coupled with Arsenal's 3-2 defeat at Manchester United, it enabled Pochettino's men to reclaim second place and close to within two points of leaders Leicester City.After visiting sixth-place West Ham, Spurs face a showdown with north London rivals Arsenal, but despite their walking wounded, Pochettino said: "It's easier to prepare for the West Ham game after this victory.Manchester City's title hopes looked to have been fatally undermined by consecutive losses to Leicester and Spurs, but although they lie nine points off the pace – albeit with a game in hand – confidence has been bolstered by Sunday's League Cup triumph over Liverpool.United, now three points below the Champions League berths, having played a game more than fourth-place City, host Watford Wednesday.
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