Tottenham successfully lobbied the Football Association to have a Christian Eriksen goal credited to Harry Kane, who was publicly stumping very hard for the idea that he did in fact get the final touch on the goal in question.
"After the game Harry said he touched the ball with a shoulder, he told Christian".
Kane's goal will certainly go down in the dubious goals panel, for despite incessant tv replays of the moment, there seemed to be inconclusive evidence backing the 24-year-old's claims.
With nothing left to play for, Kane scored seven goals in the final two matches of last season to win a second consecutive Golden Boot ahead of Everton's Romelu Lukaku.
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"I wouldn't put it past him, we have seen what he has done before".
That expertly edited footage, which shows a goal-scoring Roma player with Kane's head, of course comes with a reference to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah - a former Roma player. Aguero is similar, so he's [Salah] got to keep going'. "Now we still have four (Premier League) games and they have five or six games so I have to think about my games and we see".
The decision was greeted with surprise by Salah, while Liverpool's Jordan Henderson could not resist a joke at Kane's expense following to win over Bournemouth, which moved the Reds three points clear of Spurs. He's just got to keep it going, with his work rate, his movement off the ball, how strong he is.
Pep Guardiola's men have lost their last three games, going out of the Champions League while also missing the chance to wrap up the Premier League title by throwing away a 2-0 lead to go down 3-2 to Manchester United. "He has just got to ignore what everyone else is saying, he knows how good he is and I am sure everyone else knows how good he is".