Britain commander Harry Kane affirmed that the group has detailed a conflict between Harry Maguire and Poland‘s Kamil Glik to the Football Association (FA) following Wednesday’s World Cup qualifying draw.
The Three Lions dropped their first places of the mission in Group I as they were held 1-1 in Warsaw.
Damian Szymanski struck in stoppage time to offset Kane’s second-half objective, however it was the prior quarrel that gave one of the game’s grandiose arguments.
“There was an occurrence not long before half-time which has been accounted for to the FA folks,” Kane disclosed to BBC Radio Five Live after the last whistle.
“They’re dealing with it and researching it and we’ll go from that point.
“Purportedly it was something done, not said. We haven’t [had the] opportunity to take a gander at the recording and converse with the fellow.”
Britain manager Gareth Southgate was additionally protected in his response to the occurrence, which acquired both Maguire and Glik a yellow card after they went head to head toward the finish of the primary half.
“We’re having the chance to grasps with what that was. There’s been a report put in and we need to discover somewhat more with regards to what’s occurred,” he told the BBC.
“Right now we’re actually assembling all the proof so there’s no reason for me guessing any further.”
Preceding the episode, England’s players had again confronted boos from the home group while taking the knee before start off, as had happened in last week’s visit to Budapest to confront Hungary.
Regardless of neglecting to win without precedent for their passing effort, England stay all around set to arrive at Qatar 2022.
The Three Lions sit four focuses clear of second-put Albania in Group I, and could qualify with two games to save in October should they dominate both matches against Andorra and Hungary and have different outcomes turn out well for them.