The Serbian FA has posted a video on YouTube that claims to show Sunderland defender Danny Rose was not subjected to monkey chanting throughout an England U21s match in Serbia.
The video, translated as 'Danny Rose Is Lying To Whom?' is six minutes long and shows various sections of play in which Rose was involved.
A statement attached to the video claims no monkey chanting can be heard.
The same statement suggests that Rose was lying when he said he had been the victim of racist taunts from the outset of the game.
But the English FA claims it told UEFA officials about the chanting at half time. And the footage stops 76 minutes into the match, before a fight broke out between the Serbian and English teams.
Rose was red carded after kicking the ball away in frustration after the end of play.
After the match, Danny Rose told Sky Sports News: "Every time I touched the ball, they were doing the monkey chanting again."
The Serbian FA says in its YouTube caption: "As you can see in this video, during the UEFA under-21 play-off game, there was no unsportsmanlike cheering and insulting opposing players on racial grounds."
European football's governing body UEFA has charged the English FA over the improper conduct of its players in the incident which led to Rose's sending off.
It has also charged the Serbian FA over the behaviour of its players and over the racist chanting from supporters.
The FA says it will not comment on the Serbian FA's video as it is awaiting the outcome of a UEFA hearing scheduled for November 22.
Earlier in the week FA General Secretary Alex Horne said in a statement: “We were shocked and appalled by the disgraceful events that occurred in Serbia.
“Our players and staff were subjected to racial abuse, violence as well as missiles being thrown at them throughout the match. What occurred is inexcusable and not acceptable.
“We call on UEFA to take the strongest possible action against the Serbian FA, their supporters and anyone found guilty of being involved in the numerous instances of violence and abuse.
“It is also clear that we must defend Danny Rose, who was sent off due to the frustration of being a target of racial abuse.
“FA officials made UEFA officials aware of racist abuse from sections of the crowd aimed at a number of England’s black players at half-time on Tuesday evening."
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