- 36′ – Jill – Bendeguz Pola
- 90′ – Jill – Daniel Rich
- 89′ – Verve. Jack Grealish by Bukayo Saka
- 89′ – Verve. Declan Rice Babb Jordan Henderson
- 88′ – GOAL – Declan Cedar (0-4)
- 85′ – Verve. Mason Mount Door Jesse Lingard
- 83′ – Verve. Door of László Kleinheisler Dániel Gazdag
- 71′ – Verve. Bendegúz Paula Bab Kevin Varga
- 70′ – Goal – Harry Maguire (0-3)
- 67′ – Verve. Roland Sallai Door Dániel Salloi
- 64′ – Goal – Harry Kane (0-2)
- 59′ – Yellow – Willy Urban
- 57′ – Yellow – Raheem Sterling
- 56′ – Goal – Raheem Sterling (0-1)
- 55′ – Yellow – Declan Cedar
UEFA World Cup Qualifiers
Fear became reality. It turns out that the Hungary-England match was a match that saw several racist incidents. Although the visitors countered the distasteful behavior of the home fans in a cheerful way.
First: Match facts: England scored a smooth 0-4 victory in Budapest thanks to goals from Sterling, Kane, Maguire and Rice.
This is the positive side of the evening, which was dominated by the abhorrent behavior of the Hungarian masses.
It started with kickoff. Hungarian fans frowned at the deafening concert where English players knelt against racism.
Raheem Sterling – equalizer champion – scored the opening goal. The striker gifted his goal with a T-shirt to a friend who died last week at the age of 26 from the fallout from Corona.
However, home fans showed little sympathy for that.
Beer mugs flew around Stirling’s ears during his tribute. Teammates Rice and Grealish found nothing better than to take them and splurge in front of a Hungarian hard core.
Things didn’t get better. exactly the contrary. Then, according to multiple sources, monkeys could be heard from the stands. Addressed to Stirling and Bellingham. After Maguire 3-0, a fan threw a torch at the celebrating group of Englishmen. Another low point of the evening.
This is not the first time that Hungarian supporters have misbehaved. There was also a distinction in the stands of the Puskas Stadium during the European Championship. UEFA then imposed sanctions on the national team with three matches without an audience, but this punishment begins only later.
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