By Matt Lawton for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:30 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 22:31 BST, 1 April 2019
Less than two weeks after admitting he allowed Newcastle supporters to get the better of him during what proved a difficult encounter for the Everton goalkeeper at St James' Park, Jordan Pickford fell for it again.
Only this time alcohol was added to the mix and a young man who has been central to England's revival under Gareth Southgate now has to deal with video footage that sees him giving someone the finger, before trying to give someone else a right hook, only to then be led away by friends in a red mist.
At a time the FA is concerned about the escalation in incidents of violence among football fans, this is far from ideal.
Ex-Sunderland ace Jordan Pickford let fans affect his performance as Everton lost at Newcastle
Pickford, seen posing for a photo with a fan, was again goaded by Newcastle fans on Sunday
Pickford was later seen being dragged away from a street brawl in Sunderland city centre
England's manager will take a dim view of this, even if he might not consider it serious enough to do something as drastic as drop Pickford for the Nations League semi-final with Holland.
On the eve of the