By Mark Halsey

Tottenham’s last gasp draw at Anfield on Sunday afternoon was a fantastic advert for the Premier League. It was a spectacle of a fixture and it encapsulated the fast and furious pace of the English game that we get to watch on a weekly basis.

There were, of course, two big decisions for the referee Jon Moss to make and in my opinion he got one right and one wrong.

The first one where Tottenham’s Dele Alli plays the ball forward in search of Harry Kane,  the England striker is in an offside position.

Some have said that because Dejan Lovren touches the ball on the way through it makes Harry onside. But what people have missed, is that in the same play, the ball also takes a nick off Georginio Wijnaldum, and would you say that was deliberate or not?

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