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Referee Moss admits to 'misguided' fourth official chat during Liverpool Spurs clash

11 Febrero 2018
Referee Moss admits to 'misguided' fourth official chat during Liverpool Spurs clash

No, offside would not have been given and the penalty call was not a clear and obvious error.

"The fact that Real Madrid needs more talents to compete against Barcelona means that the World 2017 top scorer is a possible objective for Los Blancos", Venables said.

Harry Kane celebrates his 100th Premier League goal.

"We were in the tunnel, and I thought: 'OK".

Statistics indicate that goalscoring rates in the modern Premier League begin to drop off alarmingly beyond the age of 30.

"I've definitely felt contact and I've gone down".

Wanyama's screamer was the second of what turned into a four-goal thriller, not mentioning a missed penalty from Harry Kane. But fair play to him he stuck it for us today and he pulled us one of the best strikes I have seen.

The majority of a 53,000 crowd had barely taken their seats before being brought to their feet inside three minutes when Eric Dier's misplaced pass freed Salah in behind the Spurs defence to slot confidently past Hugo Lloris.

"This time, I was picturing the defenders wearing the red Arsenal kit, and I got goosebumps". And you can tell me every Friday before the game that I don't deserve that, and that I'm not going to play.

Jon Moss is surrounded by Liverpool players after awarding Tottenham's second penalty which sealed a 2-2 draw at Anfield.

After Kane was brought down, Moss then spent several moments discussing with his linesman Eddie Smart whether the Tottenham striker was offside.

"I think the problem that Tottenham have is that his motivation is goals", Rooney explained.

This prompted many observers at the game to wonder if this decision was effectively awarded by video review despite the Premier League not yet using the system.

"His question created some momentary confusion when Eddie asked if 'Lovren' had touched the ball", the spokesman said. "Lamela's one I thought the linesman showed amazing character to give that because a lot happened for the first one about the linesman so to give that penalty was massive and it was a penalty". That is what separates good players from great players: "can you do it consistently ye- ar after year?"

"He is the natural leader now in that England team".

Daniel Levy has a good working relationship with Florentino Perez, having collaborated on the transfers of Luka Modric and Gareth Bale, and Tottenham's protestations that Kane will not be sold at any price should be placed in the context that they could realistically say very little else at this point. "He then awarded the penalty".

Former Tottenham star Jermaine Jenas has said that Premier League all-time top scorer Alan Shearer believes that Harry Kane could end up spending time outside the Premier League and still go on to beat his record for most goals scored in the English top-flight.