Kane thought he had put the visiting Spurs ahead at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon only to see his effort disallowed for a foul on the Brazilian.
The England captain was less than impressed with the decision and was later seen debating it with referee Paul Tierney in the tunnel at half time.
His ruled out goal came after team-mate Matt Doherty was deemed lucky to stay after the pitch with his horror tackle on Malang Sarr going unpunished.
As Ryan Sessegnon sent in a low cross towards Kane, the Spurs striker put his hand on Silva’s back and gave the defender a slight nudge.
Silva reacted by falling to the deck as Kane controlled the ball and slotted it beyond Kepa Arrizabalaga, before the referee blew his whistle for a foul.
Fans were quick to take to social media to react to the incident, with supporters divided in their view of the decision.
While some praised Silva’s use of the dark arts to earn the foul, others felt that the decision was a soft one and that the goal should have stood.
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One fan tweeted: “Softest foul I’ve ever seen haha, Thiago Silva goes down like a sniper. Clever but absolutely bought that.”
Another added: “If that’s Kane throwing himself to the floor like Thiago Silva did, it’s clever play.”
A third supporter write: “Even if that was blatant cheating, that was incredibly clever from Thiago Silva to get the goal disallowed.”
While another said: “Very clever from Thiago Silva that [was] never a foul.”
Spurs would go on to rue that disallowed Kane strike, with the Blues taking the lead just two minutes into the second half through a fine strike from Hakim Ziyech.
Their lead was doubled before the hour mark as Silva ensured he remained a talking point by heading beyond Hugo Lloris from an in-swinging free-kick.