Tension remains between England U21 teammates Wilfied Zaha and Ravel Morrison.
The pair clashed during the Euros qualifier with Lithuania last month and the Mirror says the row is yet to be settled.
The spat erupted after West Ham United midfielder Morrison struck two goals, including a stunning individual effort.
Manchester United winger Zaha, who had also impressed, is said to have accused the former Old Trafford bad-boy of not passing to his team-mates and asked: "Any chance of someone else having a touch?"
It was then that the two players were seen by TV viewers squaring up to each other, pushing and shoving.
Morrison said there was little point passing to him as he kept losing possession, causing England's build-up play to break down.
The pair continued their row AFTER the match - when Morrison is said to have suggested, "Me and you will have it out."
U21 coach Gareth Southgate then intervened, ordering them to shake hands and make up, but Zaha refused, and instead aimed a fresh verbal volley at Morrison.
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