“I have to admit my challenge was poor and misjudged,” said Robertson, who was on the receiving end of another challenge that was deserving of a red card from Kane in the first half.
“Probably best I don’t speak about other things in the match,” he wrote. “Other than to say how proud I am of the rest of the team.”
The knock-on effect there will be that – should all three games actually go ahead – Kostas Tsimikas is required to play in the two back-to-back league games on the 26 and 28 December.
That could mean that the Greek isn’t risked in the League Cup quarter-final, therefore meaning a start for youngster Owen Beck on Wednesday night.
Robertson is due to return from suspension for the trip to Chelsea on January 2.
Robbo on social media:
I was brought up to take responsibility when you’ve done something wrong and I have to admit my challenge was poor and misjudged. My mistake giving them the chance to make the decision. Gutted!
Probably best I don’t speak about other things in the match, other than to say how proud I am of the rest of the team. Me aside, the boys were different class in unbelievably difficult circumstances.
Support unreal as well in difficult times! Wish we could of rewarded it with a win!
Stay safe, YNWA