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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.

The 20-year-old confronted referee Jesus Gil Manzano and was promptly shown a red card

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.

England's Reece James was shown a red card by the referee after the full-time whistle

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.

England's Reece James was shown a red card by the referee after the full-time whistle

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