“I think people know by now we won’t lie down,” Christian Eriksen told Spurs TV.
Refusal to acquiesce is something our Great Dane might try and spread through the rest of the Spurs first XI.
“When we scored, we felt like we should win 2-0, 3-0, 4-0. We had the chances to score more goals but the last pass maybe wasn’t good enough. We had a few mistakes in midfield which gave them a lot of chances the other way and that’s what kept them in the game, but we got the win again.”
Was it a Harry Kane goal?
“There are a lot of arguments going on around here. I think Harry, if he touched it, he touched it and it’s his goal. How he celebrated, he had the feeling he touched the ball.”
A post football career in the Danish Diplomatic Corps may await our boy, eh?
I can’t find a clip share here, but I watched it on a crystal clear ‘Scorchio’ stream at the time, together with the slo-mo replays and couldn’t see anything to substantiate Kane’s claim.
Nor could the Premier League 👇 who also awarded the goal to the rightful owner.
Of course the Lily Allen of football, Gary Lineker pulled his usual stunt of playing the unsolicited moral arbitrator on Social…
Sticking to eating junk food with your mouth open, princess.