Fabio Capello has reflected on his journey as England manager at the 2010 World Cup a decade ago.
England were knocked out by Germany in the Round of 16, a result that left the nation bitter after the officials failed to award a goal for Frank Lampard despite the ball clearly crossing the line.
Capello left his post as England manager two years later, bringing an end to five years in the job – that will mainly be remembered for that fateful day.
In an interview with The Guardian, Capello admitted that the incident is still “the most incredible thing that’s happened to me.”
He explained: “Everyone saw it. Besides, because of the effect on the ball, when it hits the bar, the floor – the pitch was dry – and goes up like that, it can only have gone in: it’s…