Tottenham’s Harry Kane brushes off Neil Warnock accusations after Joe Ralls red card

Harry Kane has refuted Cardiff manager Neil Warnock’s suggestion that he put pressure on referee Mike Dean to send off Joe Ralls at Wembley on Saturday.

Kane rushed over to confront Ralls after the visiting midfielder’s cynical 58th-minute tackle on Lucas Moura, which was punished with a straight red nfl nike jerseys from china

Warnock criticised Kane’s conduct after Spurs’ 1-0 victory, saying the striker was trying to “make an issue of it and get the referee to think it is worse than it is,” adding: “I don’t think you should try and get other pros sent off, just because he and Spurs are having a poor game.”

Kane, however, does not believe he had any influence on Dean’s decision.11

“He’s kicked one of our players knee-height and the ref said to me that the fourth official helped him out,” said the Tottenham nike nfl jerseys free shipping

“I guess managers are going to get angry, it’s part of the game. But at the end of the day their player has looked at our player and he’s kicked him higher than he ever should, so for me it was a red card and the right decision.”

Spurs have had a mixed campaign so far and lost three successive matches last month, while they are yet to pick up a point in their Champions League group.

Their fans would also have hoped for a more convincing home win over Cardiff, the Premier League’s bottom side, on Saturday — yet the north Londoners are only two points off the top of the table.

“We’re in a good spot,” said Kane. “We went through that spell where everyone thought it was the end of the world and we’ve come out the other side and we’ve done alright. We’re not far off the top.

“It’s like most seasons. We just stay calm and stay under the radar. Everyone talks about everyone else and we’ll just see if we can go on a good run between now and Christmas, and we’ll see where that puts us.

“Cardiff are a tough team, physical. It was a rainy day and the pitch wasn’t as good as it normally is so it was one of those games where we just had to get over the line and we did that. It was a great clean sheet.