Mo Salah has final say on his jibe at rival Harry Kane

Mo Salah has final say on his jibe at rival Harry Kane

Harry Kane was awarded a goal in last weekend's win at Stoke City.

Roma's social media team always have their finger on the pulse... and tonight proved no exception as their Twitter account took a pop at Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

No matter how much money he would have cost Liverpool no one would have expected him to bag 40 goals this season, that he cost them around £30 million makes it all the more extraordinary.

Harry Kane provided the pass for Eriksen's consolation goal but was unable to get himself on the scoresheet as he bids to win the Premier League Golden Boot award for the third successive season.

The Egyptian is not only on course for winning the Golden Boot in the Premier League, but he is still in the running to claim the Golden Shoe at the end of the season, trailing only Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo by two goals.

That expertly edited footage, which shows a goal-scoring Roma player with Kane's head, of course comes with a reference to Liverpool's Mohamed Salah - a former Roma player.

When told about the numerous records Salah could break this season, Henderson replied to BT Sport: 'Yeah, he told me he's going to claim all of them!

"I wouldn't put it past him, we have seen what he has done before".

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"I am happy to have this feeling".

Pochettino, who admitted it was not his decision to lodge the appeal, has insisted throughout the whole process that it was "not a big issue".

"It's also very close, it's just seven goals but let's see", he added.

"(He is) disappointed because he never wanted to create this.

That, however, doesn't appear to have put a stop to things. "He is going to learn a lot from this". They will be crowned Premier League champions if Manchester United fail to beat West Brom on Sunday afternoon.

He said: "It is not about one result that we are going to show that we are ready or not ready".

"We need to be consistent during the whole season and be the best team like Manchester City are doing today".