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16 April 2018, 09:34 | Glen Norman
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"After taking the player's testimony into account and reviewing the match footage, a three-person panel agreed that the final touch on the ball belonged to Kane", a statement released by the Premier League read.
Liverpool midfielders Jordan Henderson and James Milner have both poked fun at Harry Kane as they joked that Mohamed Salah would get credit for all three Liverpool goals in their Premier League win against Bournemouth. "I don't care about the rest".
"I have no doubt the Champions League".
Pochettino has gone on record as not caring who scored the goal, while also suggesting the decision to appeal it was not down to him.
After it was originally ruled that Christian Eriksen had scored Tottenham's second goal at Stoke last week, the club -presumably at the request of Kane - successfully appealed that the ball had in fact touched the England striker last before entering the goal.
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, who now leads the race for the Golden Boot, expressed his disbelief over the decision on Twitter - as did a number of other footballers including Virgil van Dijk and Jamie Vardy.
But one bookmaker took this one step further during Saturday's match at Wembley.
Jordan Henderson fired a dig at Harry Kane over his goal appeal.
He now has five games left to try and overhaul Mo Salah's tally and Alli is not writing his friend off, though says securing Champions League football next season is everyone's primary aim.
"Of course the gap is massive with Man City, we are in the race for top four and that for Tottenham is a massive achievement to finish in the top four for the third season in a row".
And with Salah having played for the Giallorossi after his ill-fated spell at Chelsea, it's possible that the Italian club was simply throwing it's weight behind the Egyptian in the Golden Boot race with this video.
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The North London side will be going all out to seal a top-three spot, which means avoiding the Champions League play-offs. "But do not tell City they won title because United did not win, it is not fair on them".
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