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England: Kamil Glik pinches Kyle Walker’s neck and sparks mass scuffle in World Cup qualifier

Kamil Glik pinches Kyle Walker’s neck in weird altercation and sparks mass scuffle between England and Poland gamers at half-time in full-blooded World Cup qualifier… with defender and Harry Maguire booked

  • England and Poland had been concerned in a mass scuffle in their World Cup qualifier 
  • The half-time brawl was seemingly sparked by a pinch from Poland’s Kamil Glik
  • Glik grabbed a part of Kyle Walker’s throat and his team-mates furiously reacted 
  • Both Glik and Harry Maguire had been booked after the officers lowered tensions 











England and Poland gamers had been dragged right into a livid scuffle after the half-time whistle was blown in their World Cup qualifier – with the flashpoint seemingly attributable to Kamil Glik grabbing Kyle Walker’s throat.

Referee Daniel Siebert signalled for the interval after 45 minutes of feisty and full-blooded motion in Warsaw, however each groups then bumped into in the center of the pitch in a grim altercation.

Both Glik and Harry Maguire was proven yellow playing cards after the row, and footage shortly surfaced exhibiting the previous bizarrely pinching Walker’s neck at a free-kick, resulting in the response from his team-mates.

Kamil Glik grabbing Kyle Walker’s neck sparked a half-time brawl between England and Poland

Walker was left dumbfounded by Glik's pinch but his team-mates reacted furiously soon after

Walker was left dumbfounded by Glik’s pinch however his team-mates reacted furiously quickly after

The two gamers had been seen getting concerned in a heated alternate simply after the beginning of the break, with each aiming gestures at one another and clearly irked. 

Broadcast cameras panned to the gang initially, however shortly flashed again on to the pitch to indicate the brawl, with extra and extra stars piling in to intervene.

Three Lions captain Harry Kane seemed to drag away a number of of his colleagues, and the officers had been finally in a position to decrease tensions and restore some management.

Glik and Harry Maguire exchanged stern words before referee Daniel Siebert had stepped in

Glik and Harry Maguire exchanged stern phrases earlier than referee Daniel Siebert had stepped in

The two players were shown a yellow card by the referee, despite pleading their innocence

The two gamers had been proven a yellow card by the referee, regardless of pleading their innocence

Glik, regardless of his seize on Walker, was guided in direction of the tunnel first, earlier than the referee ordered him again to indicate him the yellow card.

After the reserving was brandished to each males, Maguire was left to stroll away, apparently bemused as to why he had additionally gone into the guide. 

Before the approaching collectively between the groups, no Poland gamers had been booked regardless of the heated nature of the tie.

Kalvin Phillips, nonetheless, picked up a yellow for an innocuous problem in midfield, whereas Kamil Jozwiak prevented punishment for bringing down Jack Grealish.     

Harry Kane pulled away several of his Three Lions colleagues after the altercation broke out

Harry Kane pulled away a number of of his Three Lions colleagues after the altercation broke out

Glik and Maguire were heavily involved as tempers rose but the officials soon regained control

Glik and Maguire had been closely concerned as tempers rose however the officers quickly regained management

At half-time, pundit Roy Keane warned England to keep away from being dragged into Poland’s no holds barred model of play. 

They’ve been actually aggressive,’ he stated on ITV. ‘Plenty of tackling, loads of fouls, probably the most I’ve seen for a very long time in a global match. 

‘England, in fact, then must watch out to not be drawn into that. I’m not saying you again down, however simply preserve your deal with the sport. 

‘That would preserve the followers onside, so long as they keep in the sport. England simply must watch out with that facet of it.’ 

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