Harry Maguire has been removed from the England squad after he was given a suspended prison sentence in Greece.
The 27-year-old defender was found guilty of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and repeated bribery attempts by a court on the island of Syros on Tuesday.
He was handed a jail term of 21 months and 10 days, but it will be suspended because it was a first offence and the charges were classed as misdemeanours.
Maguire, who is the Manchester United captain, had been included in the England squad by manager Gareth Southgate earlier on in the day.
But Southgate decided to remove him from the team following the convictions.
Southgate said in a statement: “In light of this evening’s developments, I can confirm I have withdrawn Harry Maguire from the England squad for the matches against Iceland and Denmark.
“As I said earlier today, I reserved the right to review the situation. Having spoken to Manchester United and the player, I have made this decision in the best interests of all parties and with consideration of the impact on our preparations for next week.”
Sky News’s sports correspondent, Martha Kelner, said Maguire being dropped by England is “the biggest punishment of all.”
She added: “Gareth Southgate was very fulsome in his backing of Harry Maguire and said what he was hearing reported did not match up to the man he knows, but that all changed in light of this afternoon’s developments.”
Maguire, who was not present at the trial on the island of Syros, was found guilty of assault, swearing in public, and attempting to bribe a police officer.
He was arrested with his brother and a friend after a fight broke out while he was on holiday in Mykonos over claims his sister was injected with a suspected “rape drug”.
The club said in a statement Maguire “continues to strongly assert his innocence” and the trial gave his lawyers “minimal time to digest the charges and prepare”.
They had asked the court to postpone proceedings over the incident, which happened last Thursday during a family getaway.
But the trial went ahead in the absence of all three defendants – Maguire, his brother Joe and their friend Christopher Sharman.
Speaking after the verdict, Yoannis Paradissis, the lawyer who assisted the prosecution, told Sky News the victims are still waiting for an apology and are “appalled” at the footballer trying to blame police officers.
He also rubbished the star’s claims he did not know who the officers were, adding: “They were taken outside the police station, there were police vehicles, the policemen showed their police IDs.
“It’s a total lie they didn’t understand. They were found guilty of verbally assaulting the policeman by saying “f*** the police”. How can you say that to someone who is not a policeman?”
Maguire’s lawyer Alexis Anagnostakis previously told the court that two Albanian men had approached his sister Daisy and gave her an unknown substance, which made her faint instantly.
Ashden Morley, a friend of the footballer’s since childhood, said his fiancee Fern Hawkins had noticed that Daisy’s eyes were rolling back in her head around midnight.
The group suspected two Albanian men had injected her with a rape drug, Mr Morley told the court.
Plain-clothed police officers intervened to try to calm the situation when one of the defendants said “f***, f*** the police” and an officer was punched, prosecutors told the trial.
Once Maguire arrived at the police station, he said: “Do you know who I am? I am the captain of Manchester United, I am very rich, I can give you money, I can pay you, please let us go,” the court was told.
But Mr Anagnostakis claimed that at the station Maguire was kicked in the leg by officers who told him: “Your career is over.”
He pleaded not guilty to all three charges and spent two nights in custody after he was arrested.
Maguire has made 26 appearances for England, which plays Iceland on 5 Sept and Denmark three days later in the UEFA Nations League.
Southgate’s side has not played this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, which led to the European Championship being postponed until 2021.