Former Premier League referee, Mark Clattenburg, has insisted that striker, Harry Kane, not being despatched off in Tottenham’s Premier League derby 2-1 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday was the proper choice.
Kane went viral for a bruising deal with on Arsenal defender, Gabriel Magalhães, throughout the encounter on the Emirates Stadium.
However Clattenburg feels not dismissing the England worldwide was the proper name.
Writing in his column for the Each day Mail, Clattenburg mentioned, “Later within the sport, there was a sturdy problem from Harry Kane on Gabriel, however the Spurs striker didn’t lead together with his elbow or forearm, so that’s the reason he wasn’t red-carded.
“I might have proven him a yellow for it, given it was a reckless motion.”
In the meantime, targets from Martin Odegaard and a penalty from Alexandre Lacazette gave the Gunners all three factors in opposition to Jose Mourinho’s facet as Erik Lamela’s first-half strike was not sufficient to offer the guests a degree.
Arsenal’s subsequent sport is in opposition to Olympiacos within the Europa League spherical of 16 second-leg tie on Thursday.
Arsenal vs Tottenham: Ex-EPL referee, Mark Clattenburg passes verdict on Harry Kane’s deal with