Thomas Meunier was seen laughing with Jordan Henderson over how he received England’s penalty after their 2-1 win towards Belgium.
England leapfrogged Roberto Martinez’s facet of their Nations League group due to objectives from Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount on Sunday.
The Three Lions needed to come from behind at Wembley as Romelu Lukaku gave Belgium the lead from the penalty spot after Eric Dier had recklessly fouled him.
However England had the possibility to attract stage when Meunier pulled Henderson down within the field from a nook, which noticed referee Tobias Stieler level to the spot.
And Rashford took the chance as he fired previous former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet six minutes earlier than half-time.
Mount’s deflected strike on 64 minutes put England in entrance in a much-improved second-half efficiency.
At full-time, cameras confirmed Meunier, who was with Henderson, doing a humorous impression of the Liverpool captain’s profitable try and win the penalty.
Arsenal information stay: Ozil ‘hopeful’ of enjoying for Arteta once more, Wenger makes daring declare
Talking to Sky Sports activities, Henderson stated: “I bought in entrance of my man on the nook and I felt he pulled me again.”
When it was steered by the interviewer there wasn’t an enormous quantity of contact, Henderson replied: “Nicely I felt that I used to be in entrance of him and he pulled me again on my shoulder. So I felt it was a penalty.”