Harry Kane scores, but Spurs held by Brighton

Harry Kane scores, but Spurs held by Brighton

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has dismissed any suggestion that he could put chasing the Golden Boot above the Reds' push for success in the Champions League.

Kane's 48th-minute effort, which was quickly cancelled out by a Pascal Gross penalty, reduced his deficit to four behind Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, with the striker undoubtedly claiming this goal despite it going in off Bruno on the goalline.

Since returning from an ankle injury earlier this month, the 24-year-old has been retrospectively awarded Tottenham's second goal against Stoke and now added another against Brighton.

This time he has four games to do it, and he can take some encouragement from how Tottenham's fixture list compares to Liverpool's.

"The Reds are spectacular but away from home they aren't always solid".

If we were to take away all of Salah's goals, Liverpool would have a total of 52 points in the Premier League as opposed to the 70 points they now have.

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Up next for Zinedine Zidane's men is a tie against their UEFA Champions League quarter-final opponent Juventus in Landover, Maryland, on August 4.

Meanwhile, Liverpool's Andy Robertson is the league's top full-back, rating 6.61. Look, whatever happens, there are still games to go.

However, Cole achieved his record run during a 42-game season, before the Premier League's current 38-game format was introduced ahead of the 1994/95 campaign.

"It is a great feeling, of course it is a great feeling, but in the end I am just happy to score and help the team". I am also sure that Tottenham's players try to help Harry Kane and also Manchester City's try to help Sergio Aguero.

"I can not lie - it is in my mind".

Pochettino defended his selection, saying: "We were thinking of giving the team fresh legs because Saturday's game against Manchester City was tough mentally and physically".