Liverpool striker Mo Salah has spoken about the Tweet which was aimed at Harry Kane, following the Tottenham Hotspur striker being awarded the goal against Stoke City.
The goal was originally credited to Christian Eriksen, but Tottenham launched an official bid to the Premier League as Kane pleaded that it should be his goal as it touched his shoulder.
Salah currently has a five-goal advantage over the Tottenham forward in the race for the golden boot. When Kane was officially credited with the goal, Salah took to social media and Tweeted “Wooooooow really ?”
The Egyptian was asked about his Tweet and told the media: “I don’t want to say anything about that!
“In the end they said it’s his (Kane’s) goal so it’s finished for me. Now we still have four games and they (Tottenham) have five games so I have to think about my games and we see.
“Of course (the golden boot) is in my mind. I cannot lie – it is in my mind. But you can see with the team everyone tries to pass the ball to me to help me.
“I am also sure that Tottenham’s players try to help Harry Kane and also Manchester City’s try to help Sergio Aguero. It’s like that, but in the end we play as a team.
“I am happy to have this feeling. You feel they want to support you and want to help you to score goals. That’s a good feeling.”
The race for the golden boot – Liverpool’s remaining fixtures
West Brom (A)
The race for the golden boot – Tottenham’s remaining fixtures
West Brom (A)
Leicester City (H)
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