Watch Maguire and Glik shown yellow cards after heated row as incident in England draw in Poland is reported to the FA

Watch Maguire and Glik shown yellow cards after heated row as incident in England draw in Poland is reported to the FA

09/08/2021

HARRY MAGUIRE was booked after a furious row erupted on the stroke of half time in England’s clash in Poland.

Harry Kane has now revealed that the incident has been reported to the FA and they are set to investigate.



The ref had just blown for the break before both sets of players suddenly started piling in to each other in the middle of the pitch in Warsaw.

Poland's Kamil Glik was firstly led away by his team-mates as England skipper Harry Kane looked incensed.

A clip then emerged on social media of him appearing to grab either the throat or chin of Kyle Walker.

Glik tried to escape down the tunnel at the interval but the official called him back to issue him a caution.

German ref Daniel Siebert continued to chat to the Pole as well as England defender Maguire.

He then proceeded to flash the yellow card at the Manchester United ace as well – much to his bemusement.

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Skipper Harry Kane said the incident has been reported to the FA.

He said: "There was an incident just before half-time which has been reported to the FA guys.

"They're taking care of it and investigating it and we'll go from there.

"Allegedly it was something that was done, not said. We haven't had a chance to look at the footage and talk to the lad."

It came after a tense opening period in which the Three Lions were frustrated by the hosts in their World Cup qualifier.

And after England’s national anthem was applauded by the raucous home crowd, they then proceeded to boo as Gareth Southgate’s men took the knee before kick off.

In a tense game, Kane fired England into the lead with a long-range effort that bounced past Wojciech Szczesny.

But with the Three Lions seemingly heading for all three points, Sebastian Szymanski climbed highest to head in Robert Lewandowski's injury time cross and earn the Poles a draw.

Kane added: "A kick in the teeth at the end there, it's never easy conceding in the last minute."

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