Hungary FA Fined For Racial Abuse On England Players. - Football News (ZW)

Hungary FA Fined For Racial Abuse On England Players.

Hungary's FA is facing a ban of fans on national team matches plus a
fine for their team supporters' racist abuse of England players. The
racist incident occurred earlier this month in a World Cup qualifier
against England's football team.

England won the match 4-0 in which a part of Hungarian fans in the
stadium racially abused England's players, and also directed
vulgarity to goalscorer Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham.

Different kinds of projectiles and cups were thrown on to the field,
and Declan Rice and Jack Grealish offered up photos of them drinking
in the face of all the abuse.

After an investigation by FIFA, Hungary were found guilty of racial
abuse against the England players in the game hence the Football
Associations' fining.

Hungary's FA was fined amost £160,000 also slapped with a two game
stadium ban for supporters in FIFA competitions, the last of which is
suspended for two years.

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