Albon pointed the finger of blame at Hamilton, who received a five-second penalty which saw him miss out on a podium finish alongside winning team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
“The contact with Lewis was so late in the corner that it surprised me,” Albon said. “I was right on the edge of the track and I knew if I gave him all the space I could it would be up to him if he wants to crash or not.
“This time I was the one on the attack and he was defending. I wouldn’t say this one hurts more than Brazil but that incident was maybe 50/50 whereas this one isn’t.
“Obviously we’ve got next weekend to focus on now, we’ll need a bit of luck to have the same opportunity as today, but let’s see.”
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