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Turkey's coach had a phone confiscated at the Etihad today

Fatih Terim was unhappy at the decision to award England’s first goal.

Updated at 19.06

Source: MarvelousSplasher/YouTube

TURKEY COACH FATIH Terim had a phone confiscated at the Etihad today.

The manager protested the decision to award Harry Kane an opening goal, as the Tottenham striker was clearly in an offside position when slotting the ball into the net.

After Terim used a phone to point out to officials that their decision was incorrect, the device was promptly confiscated much to the Turkey boss’ annoyance.

The hosts beat the Turks 2-1 ultimately.

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