UEFA said it is making disciplinary move against Hungary, Belgium and Portugal after further group inconvenience at three Euro 2016 soccer matches on Saturday.
The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee has charged the Hungarian alliance on three tallies identifying with the conduct of their fans – setting off firecrackers, tossing protests and group unsettling influences.
A Reuters witness considered fights to be police entered the stands of the Stade Velodrome in Marseille before Hungary’s 1-1 draw with Iceland, and reports said an Iceland player was struck by an item tossed from the group as they observed Gylfi Sigurdsson’s punishment opener.
In the match against Croatia, the Hungary fans were likewise required in tossing flares onto the pitch and have been accussed of arranging challenges against their football league.
Six fans cheering for Hungary were captured after they were seen crossing wall inside the stadium and utilizing flares.
Disciplinary procedures have additionally been opened against the Belgian FA after fans set off firecrackers and tossed objects amid their 3-0 triumph over Ireland in Bordeaux.
Portugal have been charged after no less than one fan went onto the pitch taking after their scoreless draw with Austria, in which commander Cristiano Ronaldo missed a punishment.
The hearing for the Hungarian FA will be hung on June 21, while dates have yet to be set for the other two countries.