If there is one big winner in this period of confinement that has recently imposed itself on the English, it is Harry Kane, and the Spurs. Victim of a hamstring rupture on 1 January, Harry Kane announced that he would be in full possession of his means in three weeks time. That’s a good thing, because that’s precisely the time when English football could be on the verge of recovery.
It is a blessing for Liverpool, who, without Kane and Son, also injured, were knocked out of the Champions League by Leipzig. In February, Jose Mourinho was already hoping for the return of his 26-year-old star striker before May, a timing which is now quite good: English football is at a standstill until at least 30 April.