England full-back Glen Johnson was convinced he should have had a second-half penalty against Poland, as the Three Lions scraped a draw in Warsaw on Wednesday.
"I'm in front of the guy, I can feel him on me," Johnson told ITV's Gabriel Clarke. "If you're all over somebody like that anywhere else on the park it's a foul, so I can't understand why it's not a penalty."
Johnson also stood up for team-mate Joe Hart, who told ITV he accepted the blame for conceding Poland's equaliser.
"Mistakes are part of football, but Joe's been first class since he broke into the side so you can't blame anybody for making one mistake," Johnson said.