England debutant James Tarkowski has expressed his disappointment after conceding a controversial penalty in Tuesday night's 1-1 friendly home draw with Italy.
Originally a penalty was not given but referee Deniz Aytekin consulted VAR and the spot kick was awarded, prompting criticism from several individuals within the England camp.
"It's never a penalty," Tarkowski told ITV Sport.
"I stood on his foot but I didn't think a lot of it. It is what it is - I'm not going to complain. It's been a great experience this week.
"It would have been nice to have two wins but I think there's a lot of positives to take. We look forward to the World Cup now."
England begin their World Cup campaign on June 18 against Tunisia, before taking on Panama on June 24 and Belgium four days later.