Leeds midfielder Mateusz Klich has admitted a tweet he sent out after England's loss was a case of bad timing on his part.
Klich sent a message on Twitter after England's 2-1 loss to Croatia, praising Ivan Perisic and Mario Mandzukic.
Some fans accused him of being insenstive and antagonistic... and Klich explained, that he was just showing support for ex-teammates who he played with in Germany.
Some fans hit out at Klich, whose previous message before last night's game was actually praising England striker Harry Kane.
Klich explained that his message was not sent with any ill intention, responding to a fan.
Exactly, not good timing and didnt want to wind up anyone. Its nice to see that players u have trained with are f***ing world class. Thats it.— Mateusz Klich (@Cli5hy) July 11, 2018
England supporters emotions were raw after the loss and there were some Leeds fans who didn't respond kindly to his tweet.
One fan posed a question over his current status, asking how life was with the club's under-23 team, to which Klich responded nonchalantly.
Dont know, never been.— Mateusz Klich (@Cli5hy) July 11, 2018
Klich's current situation is a little unclear along with several on the fringes of the Leeds XI, with nine players departing already this summer.
The Pole spent last season on loan at Dutch side FC Utrecht after failing to win a regular starting spot for the Whites in his first few months.