Both Harry Kane and manager Gareth Southgate commented on a distasteful incident towards the end of the first half.
English captain Harry Kane has confirmed that the team has reported a match between Harry Maguire and Kamil Glik of Poland at the Football Association (FA) after qualifying for the World Cup.
The three lions dropped their first points of the group I campaign when they were held 1-1 in Warsaw.
Damian Szymanski struck at half-time to cancel Kane’s goal in the second half, but it was the earlier altercation that was one of the big talking points of the game.
What was said?
“There was an incident just before half-time that was reported to the FA men,” Kane explained. BBC Radio Five Live to the final whistle.
‘They’re taking care of it and investigating it, and we’ll go from there.
“It simply came to our notice then. We have not [had the] chance to look at the footage and talk to the boy. “
England boss Gareth Southgate was also guarded in his response to the incident, which gave Maguire and Glik a yellow card after playing against each other at the end of the first half.
“We are beginning to understand what it was. A report has been drawn up and we need to find out a little more about what happened,” he told the BBC.
“At the moment we are still gathering all the evidence, so I have no use speculating further.”
Before the incident took place, England’s players once again experienced a bosom from the home crowd as they knelt before the kick-off, as during the visit to Budapest last week to tackle Hungary.
The bigger picture
Despite not being able to win for the first time in their qualifying campaign, England remain well placed to reach Qatar 2022.
The Three Lions are four points ahead of Albania in second place in Group I, and could be left with two games left in October if they win both games against Andorra and Hungary and score other results.