Racist chants had been directed at England gamers throughout their 4-Zero win over Hungary.
Sky Sports activities Information reporter Rob Dorsett mentioned he heard “sporadic monkey chants from varied areas of the gang” on the Puskas Enviornment in Budapest.
They had been “primarily in the direction of Raheem Sterling when he touched the ball”, Dorsett added.
“I’ve seen 4 separate people particularly concerned within the racist chanting. The latest of these was directed at Jude Bellingham, as he warmed up proper in entrance of us, and near the Hungarian ultras.
“They’ve been sporadic pockets of racist abuse we’ve got seen, however they’re nonetheless clear.”
Sky Sports activities Information’s Peter Smith mentioned Sterling was “pelted by cups thrown from the gang” as he celebrated on the nook flag after scoring the primary purpose.
The BBC’s Juliette Ferrington heard comparable issues. “I undoubtedly heard one and noticed it with my very own eyes, aimed towards Jude Bellingham, when he was warming up,” she mentioned.
“One other plastic cup was thrown and he reacted along with his fingers and carried on.
“Then got here the monkey chants and there have been 4 completely different studies of that. Raheem Sterling was additionally focused after Harry Kane’s purpose.”
Earlier than the World Cup qualifier started, England gamers had been booed as they took the knee.
Captain Harry Kane instructed ITV he “did not hear” the racist abuse directed in the direction of Sterling and Bellingham, however added: “I am going to discuss to the boys and see in the event that they heard any of it.
“Look, we’ll must report it to UEFA. If it is the case then hopefully UEFA can come down robust.”
Defender John Stones mentioned he didn’t hear the abuse both, however added: “It’s so unhappy to suppose that this occurs at our video games and I hope UEFA and whoever must maintain it does and I am positive they’ll.
“We stand collectively as a crew and we are going to proceed combating for what we consider in as a crew and what we consider is correct.”
The bottom will likely be empty for the following two UEFA-organised matches.
It follows sanctions after racist and homophobic abuse marred Hungary’s Euro 2020 fixtures, with the third match of a stadium ban suspended.