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Man United won't catch Man City this year or next — Wayne Rooney

11 Febrero 2018

For Kane, though, Sunday night ended in disappointment.

Moss' discussion with assistant Eddie Smart was caught on TV and he can be heard saying "I don't know" when his assistant asked him if he knows if Lovren played the ball deliberately. The trophies take you on to that next level.

"He is so happy here and he loves Tottenham but this is a personal question, regarding what he thinks and how he feels. He's the reason why our squad has become so close - we're genuine mates, and I think that's rare in football nowadays".

"It was like deja vu". The statement contradicts what Jon Moss said about why he spoke to his lineman. In his early days, he was neither especially quick nor especially strong, neither especially good in the air nor especially gifted on the ball.

And this is the key part.

"That has to be the aim - and hopefully quicker than I got to 100", said the 24-year-old. "Good for us that we saved it".

"Yeah. (Karius) has dived, he has got in the way and I'm a player, I'm not going to jump out of the way because it's football", Kane said of the first penalty incident. Asked if he was touched by the keeper, he replied: "Yeah". Big smile on his face. He worked with a dedicated sprint coach on his straight-line speed. He jumped in the situation, he wanted the contact. The following season, the bias had been almost entirely eradicated.

Now on 130 goals for Spurs, Kane sits ninth in the club's all-time top 10 scorers, which is headed by the legendary Jimmy Greaves (with 266 goals).

"Hopefully I can get better and better". Alan Shearer's imposing Premier League record of 260 is still some way distant. But we'll see who was right and who was wrong'.

Obviously both sides are already firmly entrenched in their positions, with Liverpool fans going with the "Spurs are dirty cheaters and the ref threw the game for Tottenham" angle and Spurs fans sticking with the "LOL U MAD BRO" angle.

Referee Jon Moss admits he was "misguided" to ask for television footage while awarding Tottenham a penalty at Liverpool, but Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) has backed his ultimate decision.

It has been a tough road to the top for the striker who had loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester before finally becoming a first team regular at White Hart Lane.

Kane went through on goal and was fouled by Loris Karius, with Van Dijk later adamant the striker had dived. "That is always my mindset to never let up".

Kane netted an incredible 56 goals in the 2017 calendar year, more than Lionel Messi's 54 and more than anyone on the continent. That takes him to 240 without breaking a sweat.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has insisted that Harry Kane "loves" the club amid continued speculation over his future. "I cannot answer for him".

"Having properly reflected on the questions asked, Jon knew that a Liverpool player, now identified as Lovren, had played the ball and that no offside offence had occurred". That is also clearly not a penalty.

Wembley Stadium will host the showdown. "I'd trade the next 100 goals for that feeling".

Man United won't catch Man City this year or next — Wayne Rooney