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() 'He makes a tired tackle, if I'm on the halfway line I get it': Harry Kane thinks he should have had a penalty at the end of Tottenham's draw with Arsenal Harry Kane feels he should've had a penalty in the final moments of the game Sokratis appeared to push him over, but many believe he went down too softly Graeme Souness, Jamie Redknapp, and Jose Mourinho agreed with the referee 

By Matt Porter For Mailonline

Published: 19:46 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 19:46 BST, 1 September 2019

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Harry Kane believes he should've won a penalty at the death of the north London derby, when he went down in the box under pressure from Sokratis.

However, the pundits speaking on Sky Sports didn't agree with the Tottenham striker, saying he went down too easily.

'He makes a tired tackle,' said Kane. 'If I'm on the halfway line I get it, when you're in the box it's 50/50.' 

Harry Kane felt he should've had a penalty in the final moments of Spurs' draw with Arsenal

Harry Kane felt he should've had a penalty in the final moments of Spurs' draw with Arsenal

Sokratis appeared to push him over, but many pundits believe he went down too softly

Sokratis appeared to push him over, but many pundits believe he went down too softly

MARK CLATTENBURG'S VIEW

Martin Atkinson controlled a thrilling North London derby with great experience and it was an excellent decision not to award Spurs a penalty when Harry Kane went down late on.

Kane used his body and leg to initiate the contact with Arsenal defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos and it was not a penalty. VAR would have

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