Gareth Southgate calls for protection for his players after abuse in Hungary

• Missiles thrown at players and reports of monkey chants
• FA asks Fifa to investigate allegations of racism

Gareth Southgate called for Fifa to take strong action after Hungary fans targeted Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham with monkey chants during England’s 4-0 victory in Budapest on Thursday night.

Hungary have already been ordered to play their next three home Uefa competition matches behind closed doors because of “discriminatory behaviour” by their supporters at Euro 2020, with one of those games suspended for two years, and they face further punishment after racist abuse marred their World Cup qualifier against Southgate’s side.

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