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More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands


More shocking footage has emerged showing Hungarian fans forcing police to retreat after fighting in the stands at Wembley Stadium.

The opening stages of England’s World Cup qualifier against Hungary were marred by violent scenes away from home.

Hungarian supporters have once again made headlines for all the wrong reasons
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It emerged that the clashes began after police officers took the stand to arrest an individual for a racially aggravated public order offense in connection with comments to a flight attendant.

Metropolitan Police described what happened as a “minor disturbance”, however, close-up footage of the crashing shows the officers were forced to retreat by the hooligans.

Reuters reporter Simon evans also suggested that Polish fans were involved in the fighting.

More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands
Police intervene after trouble begins
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More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands
But are overpowered by the response of the hooligans
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More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands
The police are forced to retreat
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More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands
Hooligans line up against the police
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More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands
And then chase them down the hall
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Hungary have been ordered to play two games behind closed doors, including one with a two-year suspension, due to racist behavior by their supporters in the England qualifier in Budapest last month.

Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted with monkey songs in the September 2 game, which England won 4-0.

In July, European football’s governing body UEFA imposed a two-match stadium ban on the Hungarian federation following an investigation into the behavior of their supporters at Euro 2020 matches in Budapest and Munich.

Former Culture Secretary, now President of the Conservative Party, Oliver Dowden responded to the “terrible scenes” at Wembley and was among those to question the decision to allow Hungarian fans to attend the match.

More shocking images emerge of Hungarian fans fighting in stands at Wembley during World Cup qualifying as hooligans rush in and force police to withdraw from the stands
FIFA has since condemned the violence. A sanction against Hungary has yet to be imposed
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“They were terrible scenes and they worry me a lot,” Dowden told talkRADIO.

“The FA has said they are investigating and raising it with FIFA, and I think it is very appropriate that they do.

“It is clear that there is no place for racism in football, and we still have steps to take to eliminate it.

“You just have to listen to the testimonies of black players on the racist abuse they still suffer.

“I think there are some very serious questions that need to be answered [on whether Hungary fans should have been allowed in Wembley], and we need to find out exactly what went wrong there.

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