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Harry Kane Goal Disallowed By The Barest Of All Margins

Ryan Sidle

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Harry Kane Goal Disallowed By The Barest Of All Margins

Harry Kane had a goal disallowed for Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday afternoon, after VAR took away his strike for the tightest offside call.


It's not been a particularly profitable season in the Premier League so far for Kane, with his goal against Liverpool in their brilliant 2-2 draw just over a week ago only his second in the league, and the strike against Crystal Palace on Boxing Day making it three.

On Tuesday, the England captain was back amongst the goals as he equalised in the game against Southampton from the spot, following James Ward-Prowse's opener.

Kane then thought he'd put Spurs ahead early in the second half, after Harry Winks' brilliant over the top pass, only for VAR to rule it out because of an offside, but it couldn't have been closer.

Fans were hoping that the marginal offsides given by VAR would disappear this season, with the introduction of new rules that came into play in August.

That hasn't been the case based on Tuesday's example though.

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Topics: Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, VAR, Southampton

Ryan Sidle
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