The England global striker appealed to the Premier League after the goal was initially awarded to Spurs team-mate Christian Eriksen, though the decision was overturned by the league's Goal Accreditation Appeals Panel. "I don't care about the rest". They will be crowned Premier League champions if Manchester United fail to beat West Brom on Sunday afternoon.
The opportunity was there for Kane to add to his tally of 25 Premier League goals and catch Mohamed Salah in the race for the Golden Boot, and in turn get people talking about an actual goal he scored rather than his embarrassingly successful goal claim recently to the Premier League.
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.
Salah derided the Premier League's ruling on Twitter and was backed up by several of his Liverpool teammates. To be honest, he touched it so it's his goal and every striker would and should claim it if it is their goal. After the match, Reds defender James Milner made the tweet above.
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Needless to say, those who put money on Kane to score first or anytime with Paddy Power were loving it...
The England striker had one his quietest ever games in a Spurs shirt at Wembley, although he did have a hand in Christian Eriksen's goal.
Salah is now on 30 goals with 4 games left, while Kane has 25 goals and 5 games left.
Kane has been the top scorer in the Premier League for the past two seasons, and he will be determined to make it three in a row.
Mohamed Salah would trade the Golden Boot for Champions League glory.