The European Football Union (Uefa) has initiated disciplinary proceedings on suspicion of "discriminatory incidents" at the German national team's last European Championship group match against Hungary. UEFA announced on Friday. Investigations are underway into possible misconduct by Hungarian fans during last Wednesday's match, she said. There were no further details at first. According to media reports, Hungarian supporters made homophobic shouts at 2:2.
Because of possible "discriminatory incidents", UEFA had already ied a warning last Sunday in relation to Hungary's first European Championship games against Portugal on 15. June (0:3) and against France on 19. June (1:1) Investigations initiated.
French players had been insulted by some fans, sometimes savagely and racistly. When black striker Kylian Mbappe was on the ball, monkey sounds always rang out from the stands. This was reported by a dpa reporter from the stadium. Attacker Karim Benzema, who has Algerian roots, was also verbally abused sporadically.