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, in the course of the encounter on the Emirates Stadium.

However Clattenburg feels not dismissing the England worldwide was the proper name.

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Writing in his column for the Day by day Mail, Clattenburg stated, “Later within the sport, there was a strong problem from Harry Kane on Gabriel, however the Spurs striker didn’t lead along 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, objectives 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 present the guests a degree.

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Arsenal’s subsequent sport is in opposition to Olympiacos within the Europa League spherical of 16 second-leg tie on Thursday.

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