Rooney tips Kane to leave Spurs


A few minutes later, and there was controversy at Anfield once again - a week after the VAR-dominated FA Cup tie against West Brom.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp was furious with the second penalty decision and confronted referee Jon Moss on the pitch after the final whistle."The result was massively influenced by decisions".

Kane is loved by the Tottenham fans, he is scoring goals for fun for the North London outfit, and he is the main man at the club.

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

Turning his attention the England, the former skipper said some players are not hurt by defeat and should learn from the attitude of Harry Kane, whom he described as "probably the best striker in Europe".

Kane's late strike brought up a century of Premier League goals in his 141st match.

"In terms of catching Manchester City, I think certainly not this season and, if I'm being perfectly honest, it will be very difficult next season if City keep playing the way they are playing".

Kane, a graduate of Spurs' academy, recently became only the fourth player in league history - after Alan Shearer, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Thierry Henry - to notch 20 goals in three consecutive Premier League campaigns.

"I have a routine, I went through it and the keeper just stood there and saved it. Sometimes that happens so as a striker you just have to deal with it and hope the next one will come soon".

Wayne Rooney discussed a number of subjects in his maiden appearance as a pundit on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football show.

Television sound recording of referee Jon Moss and assistant Eddie Smart revealed confusion about whether the ball had been accidentally played on to Kane by Liverpool's Dejan Lovren.

"The goals are great, and they take you to a certain level", Rooney added. He then awarded the penalty.

"We were in the tunnel, and I thought: 'OK". In his early days, he was neither especially quick nor especially strong, neither especially good in the air nor especially gifted on the ball.

As the referees convened, Moss asked fourth official Martin Atkinson if he had "got anything from TV", which PGMOL have admitted was a mistake.

The issue is not whether it touched the defender, but whether he played it deliberately.

"He can go where he really wants to".

"So he's got his arm around me, with his glass of wine in the other hand, and we're taking a photo". "You see him (Kane) diving clearly and no-one is talking about that".

Kane missed the penalty but converted another controversially awarded spot-kick in stoppage-time to give Spurs a 2-2 draw.