ENGLAND fans were left scratching their eyes after they appeared to spot Harry Maguire marking his own centre-back partner.
The Three Lions went behind against Ukraine after an Oleksandr Zinchenko strike in the first half, before Kyle Walker equalised later on in the first half as England laboured to a 1-1 draw.
But fans claimed to see Maguire go to defend against centre-back partner Marc Guehi before the ball was played past him for Zinchenko to slot home the opener.
Fans rushed to Twitter to comment on the Manchester United star's defending.
One user remarked: "What the hell is Harry Maguire doing 💀."
A second wrote: "New season old Harry Maguire."
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"I just can’t with Southgate anymore," typed a third.
However, many fans jumped to the defence of the 30-year-old, pointing out that Maguire had tracked his marker before the goal.
One fan replied: "How is that his fault?"
A second asked: "There is so much wrong with this… Kyle Walker can defend, can he? … well he didn’t here, Maguire? But that massive gap in the middle, who’s covering that?"
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Another commented: "Is he the only player on the pitch? You people will scapegoat him at the club, and now scapegoat him on NT duties too."
Maguire has continued to be on the bench this season at Man Utd, with his selection in the latest England squad causing controversy among England fans.
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