The sight of the England captain limping badly down the tunnel could have been fatal for Tottenham.
Kane, who has scored 24 times for Tottenham this season, is no stranger to ankle problems.
Yet Tottenham thrived in his absence for seven matches with left ankle ligament damage earlier this season.
And once again they rose to the challenge to snatch the lead in the 78th minute.
Goals since 16/17 season (LM/LW)— Chris (@PochOnPoint) April 9, 2019
56 – Son Heung Min
53 – Hazard
53 – Mane
47 – Sane
31 – Martial pic.twitter.com/HvSyRVQYq2
When Son beat the City offside trap, it appeared his touch was too heavy to take advantage.
But he alertly kept the ball in play, taking advantage of Delph’s pause to protest the decision by slamming a low drive under Ederson from close range.
Pep: "Tottenham is not just Harry Kane" pic.twitter.com/5cN1Sve0uZ— Football Daily (@footballdaily) April 8, 2019
Guardiola once infuriated Pochettino by calling Tottenham ‘the Harry Kane team’ — now Son has provided the perfect riposte to that jibe.