Harry Kane and Erik Lamela have been accused of diving during Tottenham’s 2-2 draw against Liverpool at the weekend and Arsenal fans are anticipating more of the same during the North London Derby.

Tottenham had two penalties awarded to them by referee Jon Moss against Liverpool on Sunday.

The first was given after Kane took a tumble… Even though Kane was very clearly offside.

Van Dijk accused the England striker of diving, regardless of the fact he was offside.

“I felt contact and I went down. I’m not going to jump out of the way because it’s football,” Kane said post-match, reports the BBC.

Then, in stoppage time, after Mohamed Salah’s terrific solo goal, Virgil van Dijk collided with Erik Lamela, who went to ground rather easily. Kane converted it.

“He definitely caught me because it hurt afterwards,” insisted Lamela, reports the Evening Standard. “Maybe he meant to play the ball and not catch me; I’d need to see it again on TV.”

It’s these kind of antics, which Spurs tend to get away with, that are concerning Arsenal fans ahead of the North London Derby.

Even though the clash will take place at Wembley, the Gunners’ second home, it’s still technically an away game and we’ve all witnessed how Arsene Wenger’s men perform when they’re not at the Emirates.

Plus it’s a North London Derby so there will be extra incentive for Spurs to throw themselves around the box.

Obviously, Gooners’ worry over the match on Saturday seems to be accompanied by anger that Spurs have been doing this for ages, yet it’s hardly mentioned. They continue to get the benefit of the doubt, so chances are they will against Arsenal as well.

Some are predicting the officials could end up ruining another game.

Hopefully, it doesn’t come to that.

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