Liverpool Players Make Jokes About Harry Kane Claiming Goals

Nellie Chapman
April 16, 2018

Christian Eriksen pulled a goal back for Tottenham shortly before half-time when City were leading 2-0 but Spurs failed to build on their momentum at the start of the second half.

Mohamed Salah is in the middle of the most prolific scoring season by a Liverpool player since the heyday of Ian Rush.

Kane was given the goal by the Premier League on Thursday after it was originally awarded to Christian Eriksen, taking his tally to 25 goals and keeping him in the race for a third successive Golden Boot.

Jordan Henderson has praised "brilliant" Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool forward extended his lead as the Premier League's top goalscorer.

Kane now trails Salah by five goals with five league games left to play, and will hope to decrease the deficit against Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday (AEST).

We are a team and we have got to play together and if he does it he does it and we will all be happy for him but I don't think we are going to focus too much on it. "He's got to keep going and try to get as many as he can".

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In Pembroke and across the County of Renfrew, people of all ages donned jerseys at school or at work as they proudly shared their support across social media.

"We are very happy, we wanted to win the league but it has been a hard season, there has been a lot of improvements in other teams".

The Reds took away all the points on Saturday afternoon as they comfortably dispatched a Bournemouth side who have only managed one win in their last six games. "Hopefully, we have done it, we have got to finish the season strongly and pick up some form again".

However, ahead of Kane playing for Spurs against Manchester City on Saturday night, Salah had reestablished his five-goal cushion, his goal against Bournemouth his 30th of the league campaign. "He has just got to ignore what everyone else is saying, he knows how good he is and I am sure everyone else knows how good he is".

"Do I want my team-mates to pass the ball more?"

Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent.

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