"I respect the people that disagree with Harry, who do not agree with Harry, with the people who were surprised about him claiming it was his goal or not". By then, Liverpool will have played Bournemouth at Anfield, and Kane will know if Salah has added to his 29 goals.
There may be a massive 10-point gap between Chelsea and fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, but Lilywhites manager Mauricio Pochettino doesn't believe the top-four race is over just yet with six games left in the Premier League season. They have been in freefall in the past few weeks, however, losing out to Liverpool in Europe while also suffering a sensational collapse at home to rivals United, losing the tie 3-2, having been 2-0 up at half-time. "After the game Harry said he touched the ball with a shoulder, he told Christian".
"Of course, what happened in the past is important, but that's done".
"But I have seen us play in a very, very good way and I have seen us play against a team that has always been hard for us traditionally, not just this year".
"It's like during a game". But counter-attacking speed might be more important here.
"My feeling is always to be positive". He has done great, he has had an wonderful season and has gone ahead, so we will see.
Kane was adamant he got a touch on Eriksen's wicked free-kick at Stoke, which turned out to be the decisive moment in a 2-1 win.
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The two were later spotted heading into the athlete's hotel and then leaving out together hours after. The 20-year-old queen of the cosmetics scene gave birth to her first child in February.
"In the last eight or nine games, we have lost one".
"We show character and ambition because there is still second place to play for and we will try our best to finish as high as we can in the table".
"We have the quality, the right spirit and the experience in the Premier League", said captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
Pochettino does not think that beating City would prove they can compete for future titles. Benjamin Mendy remains out with a knee ligament injury while John Stones has an apparent thigh problem which could keep him out too.
Harry Winks and Danny Rose are doubts for Spurs, as the midfielder is in Qatar for treatment and the left-back has a minor calf complaint.