James Milner follows Jordan Henderson in mocking Harry Kane's goal appeal 2 years ago

James Milner follows Jordan Henderson in mocking Harry Kane's goal appeal

Sick of hearing about people taking the piss out of Harry Kane's goal appeal, are you?

Try writing about it, pal.

Hot on the heels of Jordan Henderson suggesting Mo Salah might try and claim all three of Liverpool's goals against Bournemouth on Saturday evening, up popped James Milner.

Salah, Kane's Golden Boot rival, had scored his team's second goal at Anfield - Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino were responsible for the other two.

Shortly after Henderson made a similar joke during his post-game interview on BT Sport, Milner used his recently launched Twitter account to claim that the Egyptian international was waiting for the dubious goals panel to award him the goals scored by Mane and Firmino.


Great stuff, we're sure you'll agree.

For anyone who's been under a rock all week, Tottenham successfully appealed that their second goal at Stoke last weekend came off Kane last, even though it was originally awarded to Christian Eriksen. This allowed the England striker to briefly close the gap between him and Salah to four goals at the top of the Premier League scoring charts.

However, ahead of Kane playing for Spurs against Manchester City on Saturday night, Salah had reestablished his five-goal cushion, his goal against Bournemouth his 30th of the league campaign.