After 80 minutes of the Liverpool vs Tottenham match, it looked as though Mohamed Salah’s third-minute strike was going to be the only real talking point of the match.
However, what happened next was just ridiculous.
Victor Wanyama equalised with an absolute screamer and Spurs had the perfect opportunity to win the match in the 87th-minute.
Harry Kane was brought down by Loris Karius and, after Jon Moss consulted the assistant referee, the away side were awarded a penalty.
However, the Premier League top goalscorer struck his spot-kick straight down the middle straight at Karius.
Then, in the 91st-minute, it looked as though Salah had won the match for the Reds with an incredible solo effort.
Kane must have thought he had just cost Spurs three points.
But you simply can’t keep the 24-year-old down.
Virgil van Dijk’s clumsy tackle on Erik Lamela handed Kane the perfect opportunity to make amends from the spot in the 95th-minute.
This time, Kane didn’t go down the middle, placing it to Karius’ left and securing a point for Spurs.
It was almost lost in the carnage but that penalty was Kane’s 100th Premier League goal.
And he had a little message for everyone watching at home when the final whistle blew.
As the cameras followed him off the pitch, he said: “You can’t give me two tries.”
WHAT HARRY KANE SAID TO THE CAMERA
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"YOU CAN'T GIVE ME TWO TRIES."
— Sky Sports PL (@SkySportsPL) February 4, 2018
Yeah, he’s not wrong. In fact, you can’t usually give Kane half a chance because he will usually find the back of the net.
While Salah may have moved one goal behind him in the Premier League goalscoring charts, Kane took his tally to 22 goals in 25 league matches.