Burnley goalkeeper Brian Jensen has branded Thierry Henry a 'cheat'.
The Dane thinks that France cheated Republic of Ireland on Wednesday as they booked their place at the World Cup finals.
France only won their play-off in Paris after Henry handled the ball in the area before crossing for William Gallas to score the winner.
"Henry is saying he is an honest guy but to get away with murder like that you
can't justify it," said the Dane.
"I'm not even going to hold back. He didn't do it on purpose...blah blah blah
- he put it down to his right foot.
"He didn't do it on purpose? My 'beep'. I won't say the word cheats - but I
said it (on this occasion)."
Jensen said he felt sorry for the Republic but admitted the price of getting to a World Cup meant players would do almost anything to book a place to South Africa.
"I feel sad for the Irish because they deserved to go through," added the
"That is the worst France team I have seen in a long time. Over the two legs Ireland were the best by a mile.
"There has to be fair play but there was a lot at stake.
"What can you do? Fine them? There is [a place at] the World Cup finals at