Van Dijk accused Kane of conning referee Jon Moss to win Tottenham’s first penalty, which he missed.
The Dutchman also claimed Erik Lamela had been fortunate to win a second spot-kick in added time, Kane making no mistake in the 95th minute to earn Spurs a share of the spoils to cancel out Mohamed Salah’s two goals for Liverpool..
Discussing the first penalty awarded when Liverpool keeper Loris Karius brought down Kane, Van Dijk insisted the Spurs stiker was offside.
And fuming at the second spot-kick, Van Dijk said: “He just put his body in front of me.
“I don’t think that is a pen and the same with the first one. That is also clearly not a penalty.