Slovakia defender Jan Durica has made the wonderful claim that England’s win in Trnava on Sunday was fixed.
Sam Allardyce’s aspect secured a dramatic victory in their establishing World Cup qualifying clash thanks to Adam Lallana’s aim with surely the remaining kick off the sport.
The Slovaks, however, were compelled to play the very last 33 mins with 10 men after Martin Skrtel become despatched off having received yellow cards, each for fouls on Harry Kane.
The first incident noticed Skrtel seem to elbow the Tottenham celebrity while his 2nd reserving was for a clean stamp on the brain centre forward.
However, Durica – Skrtel’s central protecting companion – has made the startling accusation that Sunday night time’s stumble upon becoming rigged at the same time as also claiming there is a wider conspiracy to make sure England qualify out of Institution F.
‘there may be best one region at the world Cup. Why should Slovakia pass there while we’ve got England in the Group?’ said Durica.
‘Of course, they may continually select the stronger team. In all likelihood, the referee exactly knew a way to do it.’
‘Today we might have played more than England.’
Kane, while asked about the incident main to Skrtel’s 2d yellow card, introduced: ‘I felt the stamp. The ankle is Good enough now. I will have a check on it and spot if it is absolutely Good enough, however, there have been a few challenges that I felt could have earned him a yellow card however it didn’t come.
‘It becomes only a be counted of time, it changed into a silly issue for him to do due to the fact he became on a yellow. The ref has visible it and it deserved any other yellow card.’
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The end result leaves England joint pinnacle of Organization F after their beginning game, on the back of Scotland on goal difference.
The Scots gained five-1 away at Malta – England’s next warring parties. Allardyce’s men host the minnows on October eight, journey to Slovenia 3 days later and tackle Scotland at Wembley in November.
Slovakia had been tipped to be England’s biggest risk in the Institution after the pair fought out a goalless draw at the ECU Championship in June.
They’ve now been driven out to 0.33 in the betting to clinch the Group with Scotland in advance of them and England the heavy favourites.
The three Lions are as short as 1/7 with some bookies to qualify for Russia as Institution winners.