PATRICE EVRA trolled Tottenham superstar Harry Kane after his penalty miss in the 2022 World Cup against France.
The Three Lions suffered a 2-1 loss to Les Bleus in the quarter-finals and crashed out of the competition after Kane ballooned a second-half penalty.
The star striker almost stepped up for another spot-kick on his first Premier League match after the World Cup during the 2-2 draw with Brentford at the Gtech Community Stadium.
The 29-year-old appeared to be wrestled to the ground inside the Bees’ area by Ben Mee.
Spurs stars were up in arms after the referee waived play on but Kane barely contested the decision.
Manchester United legend Evra insisted that was “100 per cent” a penalty for the North Londoners.
But the former France international poked fun at the England captain claiming he “didn’t need” another spot-kick after his heartbreaking miss in Qatar.
Evra told Amazon Prime: “It is a penalty. It is a 100 per cent penalty.
“The only reason, and sometimes I like to make jokes, but maybe Harry is fine with that. I don’t need a penalty right now.
“This is impossible that the referees couldn’t give a penalty for this. The referee sees the players coming at you. You need to have a look and check. It is a clear penalty.”
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Kane took full responsibility for England’s defeat to France after he sent his shot over Tottenham team-mate Hugo Lloris’ crossbar.
The centre-forward even admitted the result “will hurt for a while”.
Kane said: “It is a really tough night to take. I am gutted, the team are gutted.
“We had full belief that we could achieve something special at this World Cup but it came down to small details.
“I thought on the night we had the better chances and better spells in the game. It comes down to execution. As captain, I take it on the chin and responsibility missing the penalty.
“It is hard to take for sure but I can be proud of the group, proud of each other for what we’ve done.
“This will hurt for a while but we will dust ourselves down to get ready in the future.”