Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri has expressed his disappointment at Abubakar Kamara for disrespecting his decision in their game against Huddersfield Town.
Kamara overruled Ranieri’s decision and wrestled the ball off Mitrovic to take a second half penalty which he eventually missed.
Mitrovic would later score the winning goal for the Cottagers as they defeated Huddersfield at home.
But despite the win, Ranieri was still furious at the Frenchman in his post match interview with BBC.
“I said everything to him. I said to leave the ball to Mitrovic, because he is the man who has to shoot the penalty.
“It is unbelievable what he did but he did not respect me, he did not respect the club, his teammates and the crowd.
“I spoke with him but it is not right, it is not right.
“[When he missed] I wanted to kill him. It is normal. It is not possible. One man takes the ball only because he shot the last penalty but only because there is no Mitrovic.”
Serbia international Mitrovic scored in the first minute if additional time to help his team get all three points. The former Newcastle man however refused to drag his team-mate following tge incident.
“For the penalty, we had a small argument and I think it is my job for penalties,” he explained.
“[Kamara] did not think like this, but I respect that.
“I have done the same in the past. I don’t have a problem with this, he missed and that is part of football.”
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