And in a revealing article published on The Players' Tribune on Monday, Kane discusses how his love of the Patriots, and their talismanic quarterback Tom Brady, was a source of inspiration to him throughout his career.
Kane denied an accusation by Virgil van Dijk that he dived to earn the spot-kick during his side's 2-2 draw at Anfield, but said that he had "gone down" after feeling contact from the Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius, adding: "It's football".
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"I thought the linesman showed amazing character to give [the second penalty] because a lot happened for the first one so to give that penalty was massive - and it was a penalty", added the 24-year-old. No, offside would not have been given and the penalty call was not a clear and obvious error.
And he praised Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino, adding: "One of my fondest memories in football is when I scored a hat trick a few seasons ago and Mauricio called me into his office after the match". And yet, it didn't immediately work out for him.
"The lowest moment was probably when I was at Leicester City, and I just couldn't seem to get into the team".
Which TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?If Lovren had been stood with his back to goal and the ball hit him, or a shot had deflected off him, that would not have been deliberate and Kane therefore offside.
Harry Kane - 7.5: By no means his finest performance but he kept his cool second time round from the spot.
"He really wants to win, he wants to score goals and he wants to improve".
"This time, I was picturing the defenders wearing the red Arsenal kit, and I got goosebumps".
"I thought in the second half we played much better". It is a decision the ref already made and the ref is closer than the linesman (who overruled).
When Dele Alli plays the ball forward there is no doubt that Kane is in an offside position, but he does not receive it from that pass. Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren made a deliberate, but poor, attempt to play the ball.
"A statement read: "[Moss] asked a question to his fourth official Martin Atkinson and acknowledges that referencing 'TV' was misguided.
It has been a tough road to the top for the striker who had loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester before finally becoming a first team regular at White Hart Lane. It is a violation of the rules and undermines the whole notion of officiating.
"It was a fantastic goal - it was the plan, no! Keep getting on with it".