Reece James was shown a red card by the referee after the full-time whistle for dissent on a tough evening for England against Denmark.
Chelsea right back James was making his first start for his country and was one of Gareth Southgate’s finest performers, in a 1-0 defeat against the Danes at Wembley which saw Harry Maguire sent-off in the opening 31 minutes for two yellow cards.
But after a game where England didn’t get the rub of the green from Spanish referee Jesus Gil Manzano, he displayed a red card for the second time on the night to James after the 20-year-old confronted the official following the end of the game.
The incident after the game capped off a disappointing night for England, who failed to capitalise on their victory against Belgium on Sunday.
It means Denmark go level on points with England in their UEFA Nations League group, with the Belgians two points ahead on a total of nine.
James though, making his third cap for England, was lively out-wide on the right with his delivery threatening throughout.