What the hell just happened?
After a tense battle at Anfield, Liverpool and Spurs found themselves locked in a 1-1 stalemate with the clock heading for extra time.
However, Spurs suddenly looked to have the three points in the bag as referee John Moss awarded Harry Kane a penalty in the 87th minute after the forward appeared to have dived in the box.
Harry Kane with the most egregious example of a dive you will see all season. Absolute disgrace. Deserves a post match ban of at least three games. pic.twitter.com/wUYK5KfSvj
— 7amkickoff (@7amkickoff) February 4, 2018
Harry Kane deserved to miss that penalty. Offside and it was a dive for that penalty.
— Mootaz Chehade (@MHChehade) February 4, 2018
However, after Loris Karius stood his ground and denied the Premier League’s top goalscorer from the spot, Egyptian wonder talent Mohamed Salah went up the other side of the pitch and roofed a ball into the top corner after a phenomenal piece of individual brilliance.
— Fabian (@FabianHDW) February 4, 2018
It looked like that was the end of the madness as Jurgen Klopp and his men went wild on touchline. However, there was more drama in store as Spurs were awarded yet another penalty in extremely suspect circumstances after Virgil Van Dijk appeared to make next to no contact with Erik Lamela.