Tottenham’s star striker will be available to face Arsenal on Saturday in the North London derby following the FA’s decision to take no retrospective action against the 25-year-old.
Kane was involved in some controversy in Spurs’ encounter with Chelsea as he appeared to push his head towards the Blues’ captain, Cesar Azpilicueta, as the two men looked ready to come to blows at Stamford Bridge.
The forward’s anger may have been borne out of frustration due to his team’s poor form in recent weeks and the fact that they were on the losing end of the result, with Chelsea taking a two goal lead and earning all three points.
However, this is not an excuse for what Harry Kane did, as it is widely accepted as being wrong to move your head towards an opponent. The England international should have known better than to put himself in this position.