I think it is a dive.
He added: "I definitely felt contact and I went down". But the top players are remembered for the trophies they have won.
Jürgen Klopp said he would be hit with "the biggest fine in world football" for his true thoughts on Tottenham Hotspur's dramatic late equaliser at Anfield but insisted the match officials cost Liverpool a crucial victory in their pursuit of Champions League qualification.
In a statement, however, PGMOL insists the referee ultimately made the right decision. Take away the whole "was he offside" controversy (which, to be fair, Liverpool fans kind of have a point about) for a second: Karius rushed out on Kane and clipped him on the foot.
Alan Shearer holds the record with 100 goals in 124 matches while Sergio Aguero in third took 147 games to do so. And in a revealing article published on The Players' Tribune on Monday, Kane discusses how his love of the Patriots, and their talismanic quarterback Tom Brady, was a source of inspiration to him throughout his career. "It was clear two sides high quality both wanted to win desperately, but the result was massively influenced by linesman decisions".
Rooney does at least think United have made a fine signing in Alexis Sanchez, saying: "For me he is the perfect player for Manchester United".
But Rooney believes the 24-year-old, who is reportedly on Real Madrid's radar, could soon have his head turned.
Arsene Wenger cautious over comparing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with Thierry Henry
While he was cautious about comparing Aubameyang to Henry, Wenger said the Gabon international had similar traits. Then he escaped from Davinson Sanchez, clear on goal with only Hugo Lloris to beat but slid his effort wide.
After Kane was brought down, Moss then spent several moments discussing with his linesman Eddie Smart whether the Tottenham striker was offside. He is the one that really has to wear the armband. And yet, the various tribulations of Wayne Rooney, Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen - the only three players to reach 100 Premier League goals at a younger age - should be a warning that the path to true greatness never runs smooth.
In a lengthy delay, Moss appeared to ask fourth official Martin Atkinson, "Have we got anything from the TV?".
Karius saved the penalty, but Kane recovered his poise to score another penalty in the 95th minute to register his 100th Premier League goal after Van Dijk had fouled Érik Lamela.
"That was the level for the game today, but then a situation in the last minute like that? Wow!"
After Jon Moss awarded the penalty, he ran over to his assistant Eddie Smart to check that everything was ok.
Heung-min Son - 7: Tottenham's main threat in attack, asked questions of the hosts' back-line and did not stop running all game.
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