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New angle of Harry Kane penalty incident during England win emerges and it's got everyone talking

New angle of Harry Kane penalty incident during England win emerges and it's got everyone talking

Fans have raised questions over new footage of the Harry Kane penalty incident.

A new angle of the controversial Harry Kane penalty incident has emerged, and it's got fans online talking.

England beat the Netherlands 2-1 on Wednesday to book their spot in the final of Euro 2024.

The Dutch were furious with the defeat as they singled out Felix Zwayer's decision to award a penalty to the Three Lions.

Denzel Dumfries was adjudged to have fouled Kane, who made no mistake from the spot as he converted to cancel out Xavi Simons' opener.

Ollie Watkins grabbed a late winner to secure a famous win for his side in Dortmund.

Pierre van Hooijdonk launched an extraordinary attack as he said the referee should be 'blacklisted' while Virgil van Dijk was left furious with the German official.

A new clip of the penalty incident involving Kane and Dumfries has surfaced online and shows Bukayo Saka's role in the moment.

Footage appears to show the Arsenal winger handling the ball before Dumfries makes contact with Kane.

Dutch fans on social media believe they were robbed by VAR while England supporters argued Saka didn't touch the ball with his hand.

One X user wrote: "The Netherlands were 100% robbed! VAR even missed or didn't care about Saka's handball on both hands before the penalty situation. Lucky England should thank the refs."

A second tweeted: "Referee was caught match fixing. A ref. could never be this bad."

A third added: "VAR has robbed the Netherlands 100% here. How did VAR not notice this?"

A fourth argued: "Can’t really see a touch on his hand to be fair but the referee was dreadful and gave England every decision, a real stinker."

Another commented: "Never touched his hand... the ball kept spinning in the same pattern. Play it in slow motion... close but not handball."

Featured Image Credit: UEFA/X

Topics: Harry Kane, Bukayo Saka, Fan Reactions, Football, England, Netherlands