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Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne Says Harry Kane's Absence Doesn't Change Tottenham's Threat

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?Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has refused to rule out Tottenham Hotspur ’s threat despite the absence of star striker Harry Kane when the two teams face each other in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.

It will be a great game – a good atmosphere and, hopefully, a good game.

Obviously, he's a really good player, but it's not going to change anything.

Kane was injured in the first leg between the two teams, which Spurs won 1-0, and is set to miss out the rest of the season.

However, De Bruyne does not believe that the absence of Kane would mean an easier game for them, and expects Spurs to be just as difficult to beat as it would have been the case if the player was available.

It remains to be seen if City can overturn the one goal deficit they have going into this game, and if they will remain on track to achieve a historic quadruple.

"Harry Kane is a wonderful striker, but it would be disrespectful to the other guys [to suggest it will be easier]," he said, according to Goal.
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