Spurs' goal against Stoke City was originally awarded to Christian Eriksen but Kane insisted that the ball had skimmed off his shoulder and a three-person panel agreed with him, thus he was awarded the goal.
The goal was given to Christian Eriksen but after Spurs appealed to the Premier League's goal accreditation appeals panel the decision was overturned and Kane's tally now stands at 25, four behind the leading scorer Mohamed Salah. Currently, though, the goal is officially Eriksen's third in two games rather than Kane's first since returning from injury.
And the Anfield star appeared to show his disproval at the Premier League's decision to award Kane the goal.
"I swear on my daughter's life that I touched the ball, but there's nothing I can do", said the 24-year-old striker.
If they (the Premier League) turn it around, they turn it around.
The aim for the Lilywhites is to finish as second, behind Manchester City, who are close to winning the league and whom they are scheduled to take on next this weekend. I mean I love @HKane and I believe he is the best striker England had since @alanshearer but he shouldn't have said anything after the @stokecity game and just let it go! I've got to focus on my game.
Perhaps most importantly (and hilariously), this decision had the effect of triggering the whole of the Liverpool metropolitan area.