Morgan, Savage and more: Twitter reacts to Tottenham’s late equaliser

Piers Morgan and Robbie Savage take to Twitter after Tottenham Hotspur deny Leicester City famous FA Cup win

Harry Kane’s late equaliser sparked controversy on Twitter after Tottenham Hotspur salvaged a 2-2 draw with Leicester City in third round of FA Cup.

The England striker scored an 89th-minute penalty to deny the Foxes’s a famous cup win at White Hart Lane and a place in the fourth-round draw.

Earlier, Christian Eriksen had put the hosts into a first-half lead before goals from Marcin Wasilewski and Shinji Okazaki turned the cup tie on its head.

Here is the best of the Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, following Tottenham’s late penalty to force a third-round replay.

Former Newcastle United striker Micky Quinn only has eyes for Kane as he opts against tweeting his thoughts on the penalty decision:

However, Ruud Gullit, Peter Reid and Matt Holland are adamant the referee has made the wrong decision at White Hart Lane:

Unsurprisingly, Robbie Savage has plenty to say on the decision against his former employers, Leicester:

But not to be outdone, outspoken Arsenal fan Piers Morgan has the final word:

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