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

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

But Salah could finish this season on another high, with the Reds facing his former club Roma in the Champions League semi-final in seven days' time.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, who now leads the race for the Golden Boot, expressed his disbelief over the decision on Twitter - as did a number of other footballers including Virgil van Dijk and Jamie Vardy.

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.

The goal was initially credited to Eriksen but Kane, who swore on his daughter's life that he got the final touch, won his case and was awarded the goal after a review by the Premier League's dubious goals panel.

Jordan Henderson couldn't resist a dig at Harry Kane over his controversial goal appeal after Mohamed Salah scored in Liverpool's 3-0 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday.

"I have no doubt the Champions League".

"We are very happy, we wanted to win the league but it has been a hard season, there has been a lot of improvements in other teams".

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"I don't believe. I don't believe", he said. "I don't care about the rest".

Two-time reigning Golden Boot victor Kane has been criticised after he was awarded Tottenham's second goal from their 2-1 victory over lowly Stoke City in the Premier League last week.

You know it's been another good season and improvement when I now don't even think about Arsenal coming above us when I used to panic every week the last few years that they would get us!

Tottenham fans took to Twitter to criticise Harry Kane for his performance, or lack thereof, against Manchester City on Saturday.

Salah is just the third player in Liverpool's history to score 40 goals in a season, joining Roger Hunt and Ian Rush, and the latter's club record of 47 is the next feat in his sights.

And he also says Kane never thought he would be open to such ridicule when trying to get the goal.

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