West Ham United midfielder Ravel Morrison threw a wobbler during England U21's 1-0 win over Wales.

Morrison, 21, found himself back at the centre of controversy after 71 minutes when he sulkily shook manager Gareth Southgate's hand when replaced by Will Hughes before storming down the tunnel, reports the Mirror.

Southgate said of the QPR loanee: "He lives for football and he is disappointed probably not to get into the game as he would have liked.

"He had a tightness in his thigh, so we were never going to play him for more than 60-65 minutes. I had a good chat with him after and he was fine."

Man-of-the-match Nathan Redmond, who turns 20 on Thursday, notched the winner to strengthen Gareth Southgate's team's grip on top spot in Euro Under-21 Championship qualifying.

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