Roy Keane brands James Ward-Prowse ‘a cheat’ for penalty spot antics before Iceland miss

Moments later, ex-Aston Villa midfielder Bjarnason hit his effort over the woodwork to hand England victory after a second half which saw two red cards and two penalties given.
England boss Gareth Southgate was quizzed about the incident after the match but said: “I haven’t seen it, so I couldn’t comment.”
Meanwhile, ITV pundits Ian Wright and Roy Keane disagreed when discussing Ward-Prowse’s actions.
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“I don’t mind that from an England player, I like that devilment about him,” said former Gunners and England striker Wright.
“If that happens in a major competition and England get something from it, I’m not going to complain.”
But ex-Manchester United and Ireland midfielder Keane branded hit back, saying: “It’s cheating, I don’t like to see that.”
Southgate preferred to focus on England’s mistakes in the build-up to the penalty rather than the drama surrounding the spot kick itself, saying England “got out of jail” on the night.
He added: “Kyle has held his hands up in the dressing room. He realises as an experienced player those sorts of challenges in these games, and while on a yellow card, invite the opportunity for the ref to make decisions.
“And it was right. We have talked over the years about discipline. In tournaments, the number of times we have gone out with ten men has proved critical. It’s not something we want to see again.”
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