He said: "Of course after the game, Harry said, "I touched the ball with my right shoulder". But it's not a big issue, not a big deal for the team".
Milner also referenced Kane's goal against Stoke as he posted on Twitter after the match. "I don't care about the rest".
"But that was a club decision to appeal".
Kane's goal will certainly go down in the dubious goals panel, for despite incessant tv replays of the moment, there seemed to be inconclusive evidence backing the 24-year-old's claims.
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That takes Kane to within four goals of Salah, who has 29 in the league for Liverpool after joining from Roma in the summer.
And while you'd think Roma would have been too busy celebrating their sensational victory over Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals to be paying attention to the Kane controversy, you would be wrong.
Salah, though, is in great form at the moment, and one should not be surprised if the former Chelsea star finds the net five or six more times for Liverpool in their remaining games of the season in the Premier League.
Pochettino does not think that beating City would prove they can compete for future titles. "We need to show ourselves that we can compete".
Kane has been the top scorer in the Premier League for the past two seasons, and he will be determined to make it three in a row.
"That is so important but the ambition is to win titles and one day the Premier League or Champions League".