Gareth Southgate walked away with bragging rights on Monday night after England defeated Spain 3-2 in their UEFA Nations League match.
Luis Enrique’s side came back into the match in the second-half when Paco Alcácer scored, with Sergio Ramos scoring late in injury time.
The 32-year-old has now taken to Twitter to post a clip of the incident from another angle to prove that he didn’t do anything to the City star.
“Nothing else to say,” he added.
Southgate, who led England to the semi-finals at the World Cup in the summer, praised his team after their win against Spain.
“The quality of the performance — we played with courage and used the ball with courage,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live (via BBC Sport).
“If you come and defend for 90 minutes, they will unlock you.
“We really showed some quality and a good mentality to play out of their pressing. Spain are very aggressive in the way they press.
“All our players, right through the team, were brave enough to play the way we wanted to play.
“It’s fine to have an idea of how you want to play, but to do it is a huge credit to them.”