Jordan Pickford shoos cameraman away as they try to film Harry Kane’s agony after England’s World Cup defeat

JORDAN PICKFORD led away a cameraman as they tried to film Harry Kane’s penalty shootout agony.

The England captain missed a late penalty to equalize against France in Saturday’s World Cup quarter-finals.

Jordan Pickford led away a cameraman filming Harry Kane's agony

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Jordan Pickford led away a cameraman filming Harry Kane’s agony
Kane was devastated after missing a penalty in England's defeat by France

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Kane was devastated after missing a penalty in England’s defeat by France

The defending champions secured a 2-1 win and set up the semi-final against Morocco.

And devastated England players, including Kane, were overcome with emotion at the final whistle.

A cameraman decided to take a close-up of Skipper Kane, who had earlier scored a penalty as he leaned on his hips with his head in his hands.

But teammate Pickford had none of it.

The keeper spun around angrily when he realized what was going on.

And he forced the cameraman to wave his hand away from Kane while saying, “A little respect, please.”

Pickford himself got the spotlight earlier in the game.

And that after conceding a long-range shot from Aurelien Tchouameni after just 17 minutes.

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It prompted sober pundit Roy Keane to criticize Pickford’s effort between the sticks.

He said: “Brilliant shot keeper, could he do better? Yes, I think so.”

But fans were divided over Keane’s analysis of Pickford.

One said: “Agree Keane, Pickford could do better. Might move his feet faster and come over.”

Another quipped: “All I know is Roy Keane is mad at Jordan Pickford without saving that.

“And he would be right, because Pickford should save himself that.”

One countered: “Let’s see Roy does better.”

Another added: “How does Keane blame Pickford for this? This guy is unhappy.”

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