Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side must maintain their form in the second half of the season for the whole campaign if they want to be English Premier League champions next year.
Salah is now just four goals ahead of Kane and Spurs, who host Manchester City on Saturday, have six more games to play to Liverpool's five. "You can not underestimate clubs like Chelsea and Arsenal".
Seventh-placed Burnley and Leicester, eighth, clash at Turf Moor on Saturday in a game that could go a long way to determining who gets the final Europa League place. To them, Kane wanting to take credit for a goal he rightfully scored is a direct affront to their lord and savior Mo Salah.
Pochettino laughed off the suggestion that Salah will now have added motivation to end Kane's hopes of being the first player to win three consecutive Golden Boots since Thierry Henry from 2003 to 2006. "I respect all of their opinions". I love Lamela and would love him to start especially with the way he presses and chases back, but who would you replace him with?
"Today there is no point talking about this type of situation".
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The England worldwide has now flown to Qatar where he will undergo treatment at Aspetar, one of the world's leading specialised orthopaedic and sports medicine hospitals. "I'm sure Harry has accepted that different people have different visions about his actions".
He said: "Of course after the game, Harry said, "I touched the ball with my right shoulder".
Young full-back Walker-Peters is recovering from a hamstring problem, while midfielder Harry Winks is undergoing rehab in Qatar. "We need to show ourselves that we can compete". We're in the race for the top four and that, for Tottenham, is a massive achievement, to finish in the top four for the third season in a row.
"I think the fans love him - disappointed in the moment that he left - but he deserves a good reception from the fans".
Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent.