Hurricane Kane and manager Gareth Southgate both commented on an unfortunate incident at the end of the first half.
England captain Hurricane has confirmed that the team has reported a clash between Harry McGuire and Poland’s Kamil Gulk to the Football Association (FA) following Wednesday’s World Cup qualifying draw.
The Three Lions dropped their first campaign points in Group I as they held 1-1 in Warsaw.
Damien Sezmanski attacked in stoppage time to cancel Kane’s second-half goal, but it was an earlier fight that provided one of the game’s biggest talking points.
What was said
“There was an incident just before half-time that was reported to the FA,” Kane explained. BBC Radio Five Live After the last whistle
“They are taking care of him and investigating and we will leave.
“It simply came to our notice then. We didn’t do it. We didn’t do it. [had the] Opportunity to watch footage and talk to the boy. “
England boss Gareth Southgate was also a defender in his response to the incident, having received yellow cards for both Maguire and Gulak after going to the end of the first half on Monday.
“We understand what it was,” he said BBC
“At the moment we are still gathering all the evidence so there is no point in speculating further about me.”
Prior to the incident, England players were once again on their knees by the home crowd while on their knees before the kick-off, as they did on a tour of Budapest to face Hungary last week.
Despite failing to win for the first time in their qualifying campaign, England are in a good position to reach Qatar by 2022.
Three Lions are four points behind second-placed Albania in Group I, and could qualify for two games in October if they win both matches against Andorra and Hungary and get other results on their way.