England fans taunt 'racist' Hungary supporters during national anthem

England fans chant ‘you racist b******* you know what you areduring Hungarian national anthem before Nations League clashafter racial abuse was directed at Gareth Southgate’s players during World Cup qualifier last September

  • England fans drowned out the Hungarian national anthem before their match
  • Supporters loudly chanted ‘you racist b******, we know what you are
  • Hungary fans received a stadium ban after racial abuse towards England players
  • Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted in Budapest in September
  • England fans taunted ‘racistHungary supporters ahead of kick-off for their Nations League clash on Tuesday night.

    During the Hungarian national anthem, the Three Lionssupporters loudly drowned out their opponents, as they sang ‘you racist b*******, you know what you are’.

    Raheem Sterling e Jude Bellingham were among players subjected to racial abuse during Inghilterra'S 4-0 victory over Hungary in the World Cup qualifiers in Budapest back in September last year.

    UEFA’s host broadcaster had to play sound affects to try their best to drown out the chanting which was still audible.

    The chanting was not mentioned by Channel 4 who are presenting what is England’s fourth match of their Nations League group.

    England supporters taunted Hungary fans as the national anthem for the latter was played

    England supporters taunted Hungary fans as the national anthem for the latter was played

    Supporters loudly chanted 'you racist b******, you know what you are' during the anthem

    Supporters loudly chanted ‘you racist b******, you know what you areduring the anthem

    After the incident in September, FIFA, decided on a two-match stadium ban at home for Hungarian spectators in FIFA competitions, with the second game suspended for a probationary period of two years. They were also handed a fine of £160,000.

    They were already waiting to serve a three-match spectator ban which was issued by UEFA in June 2021, as punishment for racist abuse from fans during Euro 2020.

    The two nations played again in Hungary last week, where a loophole allowed children under the age of 14 to attend the match under UEFA’s rules.

    Raheem Sterling (nella foto) and Jude Bellingham were among those targeted with racial abuse during England's 4-0 World Cup qualifier victory over Hungary in Budapest back in September

    Raheem Sterling (nella foto) and Jude Bellingham were among those targeted with racial abuse during England’s 4-0 World Cup qualifier victory over Hungary in Budapest back in September

    In totale, più di 30,000 children attended the match which saw Hungary beat England for the first time in 60 anni.

    School children inside the stadium booed England players taking the kneesomething which the Hungarian government came out after the game to defend.

    Zoltan Kovacs, he country’s Secretary of State for International Communication and Relations, labelled those blaming the children for booing the gesture as ‘idiots’.

    He also added they cannot be ‘blamed for any kind of political statement.

    England players were booed as they took the knee during their 1-0 defeat to Hungary last week

    England players were booed as they took the knee during their 1-0 defeat to Hungary last week