Roma have joined Mohamed Salah in mocking Harry Kanes successful goal appeal.
Kane insisted he got a touch on the Danes cross, although multiple replays have been unable to prove the strikers claim.
On Wednesday, the Premier League confirmed that credit for the goal had been changed due to Kanes successful appeal, which means the striker is now on 25 for the season and only four behind Salah.
Following the news, the Liverpool forward openly derided the decision on Twitter, while Jamie Vardy also mocked the verdict with his own post.
— Jamie Vardy (@vardy7) April 11, 2018
And following Fridays Champions League semi-final draw in which Liverpool were paired with Roma, the Serie A club took the chance to back Salah.
Roma posted a clip of Francesco Tottis goal against Lazio on their official Twitter page but superimposed Kanes face onto the former midfielder.
The Serie A club, who will face Liverpool in the Champions League semi-final, also dubbed commentary of a Kane goal over the clip and accompanied it with Salahs wooooooow really caption.
Kane, meanwhile, is disappointed with the reaction from Salah and Vardy to his successful goal appeal, according to Spurs boss Mauricio 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, said Pochettino.
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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