Alan Shearer’s amazing off-camera blast at "cheating, robbing" Colombia

Alan Shearer launched into a foul-mouthed rant at Colombia after they were beaten by England in a dramatic penalty shoot-out.

The 47-year-old TV pundit entertained viewers by singing ‘Football’s coming home’ on the highlights show on BBC after England’s victory on Tuesday night.

But off-air it was a different matter as he expressed the frustration shared by many Three Lions fans.

Sat alongside fellow commentator Jermaine Jenas at Media City in Salford after the ill-tempered game which saw six yellow cards given to opposition players, Shearer said: “We don’t even care. Whatever way you want we’ll just talk about it.

“Who gives a s**t. We’ll smile and be happy and say ‘Well done lads’.

“Colombia you cheating, robbing. f*****g….”

Out of shot, host Gary Lineker can be heard laughing.

The former England striker’s anger came after Colombia showed they were all to aware of the dark arts of football.

In the first half viewers were treated to a head butt by Marcos Barrios (that only saw yellow), more yellow cards followed as well as the sight of a senior coach for the Colombian team shouldering Raheem Sterling as he left the pitch.

In the second half the Colombian team swarmed referee Mark Gieger when the official rightly gave a penalty to England and footage has since emerged of Johan Mojica kicking up the turf prior to Harry Kane’s spot kick.

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