Antonio Conte Finally Clears Air On Disallowed Harry Kane’s Goal Against Chelsea
One of the most debatable incidents in the Premier League game between Chelsea and Tottenham was Harry Kane’s disallowed goal.
The Spurs striker was found to have fouled Thiago Silva seconds before scoring. A lot of fans and experts believe that Kane’s push was not hard enough for Silva to fall over though – and Antonio Conte certainly agrees with them.
“The referee disallowed a goal and I was very clear with him because I think it’s best sometimes it’s best to tell the referee in a polite way, to see this type of goal disallowed in England is incredible,” the Tottenham boss told Sky Sports.
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“Maybe in Italy 50-50, but in England it was incredible.”
The irony is that Harry Kane is often found to be on the other side of similar controversies. If the roles were reversed on Sunday, the press would have lavished praise on the England captain for cleverly drawing a foul