Harry Kane being forced to re-watch his 'dive' against Arsenal has resurfaced online following his controversial moment against Aston Villa.
Kane has been accused of diving after he won a penalty against Villa on Sunday.
He was brought down by Matty Cash and then successfully tucked the spot-kick away in his side's 2-0 win.
Fans are divided over Kane's antics with Gary Neville calling the England captain "cute" for hitting the deck.
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Harry Kane wins and then converts a penalty to double Tottenham's lead against Aston Villa.
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This is not the first time Kane has been accused of diving.
In fact, he was once made to watch his '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 Papastathopoulos on a TV midway through their interview.
When Shreeves asked whether he should have been awarded a penalty, 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."
Got a lot of time for Geoff Shreeves making Harry Kane watch his dive back and commentate on it :joy: pic.twitter.com/Yf9m3TJQP5- James John (@JamesJohn2427) September 1, 2019
Should contentious decisions be re-watched in post-match interviews?
Well, Kane's interview from last season sure was awkward but it made for fascinating viewing.
We're for it. Are you?
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