Hector Bellerin has added his name to the growing list of footballers who have mocked Harry Kane over his disputed goal against Stoke last weekend.
The England striker launched a successful appeal to the Premier League earlier this week after Christian Eriksen had originally been credited with scoring Spurs second against Paul Lamberts side a week ago.
Kanes victory means the striker is now on 25 for the season and only four behind Golden Boot rival Mohamed Salah.
The Egypt international, along with several of his Liverpool teammates, expressed their surprise at the decision on Twitter, while Serie A side Roma tweeted a video which included a superimposed Kane scoring Francesco Tottis iconic goal against Lazio.
On Saturday, Bellerin joined in the seemingly never-ending banter after Arsenals club photographer claimed to have captured the Spain international nutmegging teammate Alexandre Lacazette during Saturdays training session.
Lacazette insisted he got a touch, to which Bellerin responded another striker claiming a touch.
Kane, who faces Manchester City on Saturday just hours after Salah will hope to extend his lead when Liverpool take on Bournemouth, had been surprised by the fuss his appeal has caused, according to his manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Of course he [Kane] never thought that this situation was going to go on to such big things when he was so, so, so, so certain that he touched the ball, said Pochettino. Its normal that he was a little bit disappointed [with the reaction] because of course Harry Kane and all of our players have Twitter, Instagram, everything.
Tottenham fans will back Harry Kane but other fans will kill him. [He is] disappointed because he never wanted to create this. For you, sometimes, it is a small or simple thing and they become bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and you cannot stop it. That was what happened. He is going to learn a lot from this.
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