Tyrone Mings urges UEFA to take action against Hungary after ugly scenes at Wembley

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ADRIAN KAJUMBA AT WEMBLEY STADIUM: The Football Association vowed to launch an investigation and file a report to FIFA after racism from Hungary fans marred yet another World Cup qualifier with England and they were also involved in violent clashes with police. Hungary are facing more punishment from world football’s governing body after one of their fans was arrested for a racially abusing a steward to spark the ugly scenes at Wembley. The Metropolitan Police and FA’s security team were already on high alert after Hungary supporters targeted England fans with monkey chants and missiles in September’s Budapest meeting between the two countries.

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