Twitter wasn't here for Kane after he claimed a goal scored by his Tottenham Eriksen.
Kane has dominated conversations on social media after successfully appealing that he got a touch to Eriksen’s cross for the winner against Stoke on Saturday, April 1.
The Premier League have awarded the goal to him and he is now on 25 goals as the race for the Good Boot between him and Mohamed Salah heats up.
Since he made the claim and even swore on his daughter’s life that he touched the ball before it went into the net, the striker has been mauled and torn apart on social media.
“Harry Kane to claim Welbeck's goal because the ball touched his feelings,” a Twitter user wrote.
“Congratulations to Harry Kane for the upcoming baby,” a Twitter user wrote alongside a photo of himself and his pregnant partner.
“Everyone going on about Harry Kane “Swearing on his daughter's life” need to realise she’s not actually his real daughter. He just walked in the hospital one day and said “I’m having this one” and walked out with her,” another person said.
“BREAKING: Diego Maradona's 'Hand of God' goal from the 1986 World Cup has been awarded to Harry Kane and officially named 'Head of Kane',” another person said.
“Congratulations to Christian Eriksen and his wife after announcing they are having a baby. The FA have said Harry Kane is the father,” another person wrote.
“It's safe to say that most people now have absolutely no respect for Harry Kane. He set aside team spirit and honesty for the selfish potential greater good of himself by lying and thus cheating. No class,” a Twitter user wrote.
“Roberto Firmino has, this season, taken to scoring ‘ No Look ‘ goals .... Harry Kane has decided to go one better and he’s started scoring ‘ No Touch ‘ goals,” another person wrote.
“Reminder that Harry Kane is the only member of the PL100 club to have never won a trophy. He’ll steal goals off his teammates but can’t deliver when the pressure is on. Failed for Spurs in big moments, failed for England. Beta mentality. Nation behind Salah for the boot now,” another user said.
Former England striker and current football pundit Gary Lineker also joined in the sun, tweeting, “Mandzukic goal now being given to Harry Kane,” after the Juventus striker scored against Real Madrid in the midweek Champions League game.
Roma joined in on the fun too on Twitter as their English Twitter accounted shared a video of Francesco Totti scoring a goal but the commentator mentioning Kane’s name.
Kane's face is also superimposed into a video of Totti's celebration.
Amidst the trolling on social media, Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that Kane has been hurt and surprised by the ridicule he has received for claiming the goal.
“Sometimes it is a small or simple thing and it becomes bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and you cannot stop it. That is what has happened. He is going to learn a lot from this,” Pochettino said.
“He never thought that this situation was going to go on to such big things when he was so certain he touched the ball.
“It is normal that he is a bit disappointed because, of course, Harry Kane and all of our players have Twitter, Instagram, everything.”