The World Cup qualifying game was affected by the attitude of the home supporters and the authorities vowed to take action.
The Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) has promised a two-year suspension to supporters who disrupted Thursday’s World Cup qualifier defeat against England, but alleged breeding of some incoming players. There was no mention of religious abuse.
England’s 4-0 win at the Pixas Arena was marred by the attitude of the home crowd.
Hungarian fans laughed as the England team knelt before the kick-off in protest of racism, allegedly chanting racist slogans at Rahim Sterling and Jude Bellingham and firing missiles at players during the match.
What has been said?
Hungary has reacted to the controversy by calling for action to be taken against those who threw paper cups and flares into the field, but has not confirmed whether the perpetrators of the racist abuse will have any consequences.
A. Statement Read: “The majority of the 60,000 spectators at Piskas Arena supported the teams in a sporting manner, cheering the Hungarian national team even when the team was already losing. It is in their defense that the ticket holders The minority should be identified and severely punished.
“Fans are entering the playground, flares up and throwing plastic cups. MLSZ has already filed or will file a police report against them and will prosecute the culprits through civil litigation.” Will be fined.
In addition, at the end of the trial, those found guilty can expect a two-year ban from all sports competitions.
FIFA will take action against Hungary.
FIFA has promised “appropriate” action against Hungary, which has led to clashes in Budapest.
The country has already been subject to disciplinary action this year as the UEFA banned three matches for all supporters due to homosexual and racist abuse during Euro 2020, but the ban qualifies for World Cup qualifiers. The match did not apply because it falls under FIFA. Delivery