Kane’s first penalty was saved but he converted a second deep into added time to salvage a point and reach 100 Premier League goals. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Tottenham striker Harry Kane has hit back at Virgil van Dijk's claim he dived to win a penalty in Sunday's dramatic 2-2 Premier League draw at Anfield. Liverpool's record signing said the England international went down too easily under pressure from goalkeeper Loris Karius for the first of two Spurs penalties.The FA will decide whether to take retrospective action against Kane or Lamela, with both penalties likely to be reviewed by an independent panel.Asked if he thought Kane should be punished for diving, Van Dijk said: "That is not something for me.Kane, like manager Mauricio Pochettino, praised the officials for having the strength of character to award two controversial penalties at Liverpool's home ground.The debate surrounding the first penalty centered on whether Liverpool's Dejan Lovren had touched the ball on its way through to Kane, who would otherwise have been offside as he clashed with Karius.
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