Adrien Rabiot insists England shouldn’t have had second penalty

Adrien Rabiot said justice was served when Harry Kane missed a penalty in France’s 2-1 victory over England in the World Cup semi finals.

The Three Lions were gifted the chance to draw level again from the spot, having done so in the first half through Kane after Aurelien Tchouameni opened the scoring. Olivier Giroud’s header had France 2-1 up when Kane stepped up again, this time shooting over Hugo Lloris bar.

The penalty was given for Theo Hernandez’s barge into the back of substitute Mason Mount, though Rabiot did not feel there was enough in the altercation to warrant a foul.

He said:…


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