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Pochettino hails ‘ballsy’ Kane for 100th Premier League goal

Liverpool (AFP) – Mauricio Pochettino’s hailed Harry Kane’s bravery after he shrugged off missing a penalty to net his 100th Premier League goal from a second spot-kick to salvage Tottenham Hotspur a point from a thrilling 2-2 draw at Liverpool. Kane had seen his first penalty saved by Loris Karius five minutes from time with the score at 1-1. Mohamed Salah then looked to have snatched all three points from Liverpool in style with a stunning solo run and finish in stoppage time to pull level with Kane on 21 Premier League goals for the season.
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