England condemned as “completely unacceptable” the racist abuse directed towards their players during Thursday’s 4-0 win over Hungary in a World Cup qualifier in Budapest.
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham were both targeted.
Uefa ordered Hungary to play three home games behind closed doors after fans’ discriminatory behaviour at Euro 2020.
Charges related to racism and other discriminatory conduct.
But home supporters were allowed in to the 67,000-capacity Puskas Arena in Budapest against England as this match falls under Fifa jurisdiction.
The tone was set at kick-off when England’s players were booed loudly as they took a knee to protest against racism.
Hungary’s players and their head coach Marco Rossi had asked supporters to respect England’s gesture before the match but the message went unheeded.