CHERRIES striker Callum Wilson was denied his second goal in international colours as England went on to finish third in the Nations League finals.

Wilson, who had replaced Harry Kane after 75 minutes, thought he had broken the deadlock late on as the Three Lions battled Switzerland in Porto.

He turned home the ball from close range after Dele Alli’s header had cannoned off the crossbar.

But after being instructed to consult the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), referee Ovidiu Hategan judged the former Coventry star had fouled Manuel Akanji in the build-up to his predatory finish.

With the score goalless after extra-time, England held their nerve from the spot to triumph 6-5 on penalties.

Harry Maguire, Ross Barkley, Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling, goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and Eric Dier all scored for Gareth Southgate’s men.

Pickford then saved from Josip Drmic during sudden death to ensure England claimed the bronze medal.