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Referee Jon Moss 'misguided' to ask for TV help in Liverpool game

11 Febrero 2018

As it happened, Kane's penalty was saved by Karius, only for Mohamed Salah to score what looked like an added-time winner for Liverpool and Kane to then get a second chance from the spot, three minutes later, which he converted to give Spurs a deserved 2-2 draw.

Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) has defended Moss over his handling of the incident after he appeared unsure whether the ball had touched Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren before reaching Kane, who would have been offside had it not.

Kane is loved by the Tottenham fans, he is scoring goals for fun for the North London outfit, and he is the main man at the club. And, yes, it was a penalty.

A frantic final 10 minutes ensued as Kane atoned for his poor first penalty and stayed a step ahead of Salah in their personal rivalry for the golden boot.

The spokesman said Smart saw Kane was offside so "correctly sought clarification" on whether Lovren had touched it. "The last few weeks, not so good, but we're still in a decent position in the league".

Additionally, Shearer holds the record for most hat-tricks scored in the Premier League with 11. He can go wherever he really wants to, he is that good.

Is there? When the ball left the foot of the Tottenham player, Harry Kane is offside.

Speaking to Sky Sports' Monday Night Football program, Rooney said, "The problem that Tottenham are going to have is that his motivation is goals, but his motivation is going to change from goals to trophies". I've got the team down and get another one (penalty) and now I've got to step up again.

So Champions League qualification was up for grabs, as well as millions of pounds, the fate of many hoped for transfer signings, even the short term future of both clubs - all this comes down to this one moment. I'd trade the next 100 goals for that feeling.

But Kane praised Moss and assistant referee Ed Smart for their decisions. "He's the reason why our squad has become so close - we're genuine mates, and I think that's rare in football nowadays". "You see him (Kane) diving clearly and no-one is talking about that".

"And then I just came straight out with it. I said, 'I'm gonna prove to you that I should be starting on this team".

"The goals are great, and they take you to a certain level, but the top players are remembered for the trophies they have won", warned Rooney.

Of course, getting a TV involved would have been highly controversial and it would, essentially, be using VAR.

"200 goals has to be the aim and hopefully quicker than I got to 100", Kane said.

Referee Jon Moss 'misguided' to ask for TV help in Liverpool game