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Jose Mourinho gets the giggles when asked about Harry Kane

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Jose Mourinho gets the giggles when asked about Harry Kane

Jose Mourinho gets the giggles when asked about Harry Kane

Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho could not contain his laughter when asked about Harry Kane's condition.

The England striker is expected to be out until the end of the season, and was joined on the injury list by Son Heung-Min, which has depleted Spurs's options up front.

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