And with Kane in a hard-fought battle with Mohamed Salah for the league's Golden Boot award, his Liverpool teammate Jordan Henderson could not help himself following the Reds' comprehensive 3-0 win over Bournemouth.
Ever since Harry Kane's appeal to have Tottenham's second goal from their game against Stoke awarded to him was successful, it's fair to say he's received some stick - and re-imagining other goals Kane might be looking to take credit for has become a running joke.
The Egyptian leads closest challenger Harry Kane by five strikes despite the Tottenham striker set to have a game in hand to try and catch up.
Kane now trails Salah, who hit the 30-mark on Saturday, by five goals. Past year against Lukaku it was a tough competition and he finished the season really strongly.
Totti famously took a selfie under the Curva Sud after levelling the match at 2-2, but his face has been replaced by Kane's in the video.
Shortly after Henderson made a similar joke during his post-game interview on BT Sport, Milner used his recently launched Twitter account to claim that the Egyptian global was waiting for the dubious goals panel to award him the goals scored by Mane and Firmino.
"We have got a game in midweek against Brighton and our focus is on that and after that our focus will go to the FA Cup [semifinal against Manchester United on Saturday]". To be honest, he touched it so it's his goal and every striker would and should claim it if it is their goal. "Yeah, he's a big player for us, so hopefully he can keep scoring for us". "He has just got to ignore what everyone else is saying, he knows how good he is and I am sure everyone else knows how good he is".
The finish was excellent, but no more impressive than the pass by Trent Alexander-Arnold, who's enjoying his best spell as a Liverpool player following two breakout performances against Manchester City in the Champions League.