After condemning the riots of Hungarian and Albanian fans in different World Cup qualifiers, FIFA is analyzing the crowd riots and evaluating punitive measures.
At Wembley Stadium in London, Hungarian supporters clashed with police in the stands after kick-off on Tuesday, who tried to arrest a spectator suspected of racially abusing a butler. Hungary drew 1-1 with England.
Another Group I match in Tirana was suspended for approximately 20 minutes. Karol Świderski had just scored for Poland in the 77th minute when he was apparently hit by a bottle thrown by an Albanian fan. The Polish players walked away but returned to the field and insisted on winning 1-0.
“FIFA is currently analyzing the report of last night’s FIFA World Cup qualifiers to determine the most appropriate action,” the governing body said in a statement on Wednesday.
“FIFA strongly condemns the incidents of England against Hungary and Albania against Poland, and stated that its position remains firm and resolute. It rejects any form of violence and any form of discrimination or abuse. FIFA holds that this heinous behavior in football A very clear zero tolerance position.”
In the home game against England, the confusion among Hungarian fans-including racism- Last month in Budapest As a result, Hungary had to play Saturday’s game against Albania in an empty stadium.
FIFA threatened that if there is further chaos in the game, another game will be played without fans, thereby putting Hungary on probation.