Former England skipper Terry Butcher has condemned Steven Gerrard for diving to win a penalty against Hungary.
Butcher told Five Live Sport: "It was never a penalty, Steve Gerrard dived," after replays showed Czabo Feher's challenge made no contact.
But former England striker Ian Wright refused to condemn Gerrard, saying: "Other teams will do it against us so why don't we do it?"
A Football Association spokesman said it had no comment to make.
Crystal Palace keeper Gabor Kiraly saved the resulting penalty from Frank Lampard in England's 3-1 win at Old Trafford, but Butcher said: "You can't give a penalty for that.
"Feher came in two-footed to win the ball and Gerrard took it to one side and then went down, there was no contact whatsoever.
"Had there been contact he would have been stretchered off as it was a reckless challenge."
Wright claimed Gerrard's actions were justified, and refused to castigate the England midfielder.
The former England striker said: "Other people do that to us all the time and we say it isn't a penalty.
"It will happen to us again so we should do it."
Gotta love Wright when Etoo dived vs Arse in the final he wanted a lynch mob.