Spurs anxious over Lennon's hamstring
Wednesday 30 March 2011
Aaron Lennon yesterday underwent tests at Tottenham's training ground to reveal the extent of the damage caused by a hamstring strain sustained in England's training session on Monday.
The winger withdrew from the England squad and missed last night's game with Ghana, joining club team-mate Gareth Bale, who also missed Wales' game with England at the weekend with the same injury, as a doubt for Spurs' upcoming games against Wigan and Real Madrid.
Tom Huddlestone completed 80 minutes for a Spurs XI yesterday in a 2-1 win over Barnet after being out since November with an ankle injury.
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