Never Forget When Harry Kane Was Forced To Re-Watch His 'Dive' Against Arsenal
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Tottenham drew 2-2 with Liverpool on Sunday and Kane escaped a red card after planting his studs on Robertson's ankle.
He claimed at full-time that he won the ball fairly, despite footage proving there was no touch on the ball.
It's seen fans claim he should've been shown the tackle on air - a situation Kane has been in before.
:speaking_head: "I thought I won the ball."
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The England captain was once forced to watch a 'dive' back during an awkward post-match interview in 2019.
Sky Sports reporter Geoff Shreeves showed him a replay of the incident which involved Sokratis on a TV midway through their interview.
When Shreeves asked whether he should have been awarded a penalty in the 2-2 draw, Kane replied: "I'll have to watch it back."
Just as he finished his sentence, the camera panned to a TV showing the replay.
He continued: "I think he makes a tired tackle.
"I think if I'm on the halfway I get it but when you're in the box, it's 50/50.
"The referee probably thinks I'm looking for it but all I'm trying to do is shield the ball.
"It is what it is. It could be given; in some games it won't like today. So, you get on and move on."
Should contentious decisions be re-watched in post-match interviews?
Well, Kane's interview sure was awkward but it made for fascinating viewing.
You have to wonder what would've happened over the weekend if he watched the Robertson tackle back.
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