The centre-back took a tumble in package in the 2nd half (Image: Getty) Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has criticised England and Colombia’s’theatrics’in their World Cup clash and singled out Harry Maguire for a particularly obvious dive in the second half.The Three
Lions advanced to the quarter finals, where they will face Sweden, after winning their first ever World Cup penalty shootout, though the match ran the risk of being eclipsed by the conduct of both sets of players.There were 8 yellow cards shown in the game– six to Colombians– as tempers torn, and Mourinho felt the technique of both sets of players took the shine off the contest.< img data-orig-id =7682503 data-orig-w=1024 data-orig-h=702 data-max-width=620 width=620 height=425 data-rsz=diminish src="https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/gettyimages-990944060.jpg?w=620&h=425&crop=1"alt="Jose Mourinho removes England star for diving against Colombia" data-rewritten=true > Maguire aimed to get Wilmar Barrios sent after he headbutted Jordan Henderson(Getty)
The Leicester protector made the VAR movement with his hands to the 4th authorities( Getty )He informed Russia Today:’ The negative thing for me was the reality, once more, it wasn’t for the very first game, and I do not think it will be the last game, I think there is exaggeration on theatre by the gamers.
‘Every team has lots of diving, lots of pretending, lots of putting pressure on the referee.
‘The game loses quality … and for me that was the negative point. It’s not about England and Colombia, it’s practically every match.