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sport news Dele Alli is off the hook and will escape lengthy ban

FIFA are looking into Dele Alli's gesture but will not launch a formal investigation The FA have camera angles which confirm gesture was towards Kyle Walker Tottenham midfielder Alli is set to be free to play first game of the World Cup England goalkeeper Joe Hart is confident Alli will learn from Monday's incident

By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 BST, 5 September 2017 | Updated: 22:31 BST, 5 September 2017

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Dele Alli is expected to escape a lengthy ban for his offensive middle-finger gesture on Monday night.

FIFA are looking into the incident but have stopped short of launching a formal investigation and the FA are confident the Tottenham star will be free to line up at next summer's World Cup.

Alli was initially accused of aiming the gesture at referee Clement Turpin after television cameras spotted the midfielder's signal in the 76th minute of the win over Slovakia.

England's Dele Alli is set to avoid a lengthy ban over his obscene gesture on Monday evening

England's Dele Alli is set to avoid a lengthy ban over his obscene gesture on Monday evening

Video footage appears to confirm the gesture was aimed at England colleague Kyle Walker

Video footage appears to confirm the gesture was aimed at England colleague Kyle Walker

England manager Gareth Southgate claimed it was made towards right back Kyle Walker and new footage has since emerged which appears to back that up.

Sportsmail understands the FA have additional camera angles which confirm Alli's gesture was

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