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England kitman left ‘in stitches’ revealing unseen Hungary Ultras moment

The England kitman has been left ‘in stitches’ when revealing an embarrassing unseen Hungary Ultras moment from Thursday’s game.

The Three Lions won their World Cup Qualifier in Budapest, extending their lead at the top of their group to five points, however it’s the racism that is stealing the next day’s headlines.

Monkey chants were aimed at players during the game, England stars were booed by fans when taking a knee prior to kick-off and now FIFA are expected to launch an investigation.

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There was one moment however that has got people laughing in some way at the Hungarian supporters’ antics with the culprits at the time thinking they were being funny and clever.

Hungary Ultras thought they stole six of England’s footballs during the hostile World Cup qualifier, however it turns out that the balls belonged to their OWN team.

England senior kitman Pat Frost wrote on Twitter after the game: “BTW… lost 6 balls in amongst the ultras and they were buzzing, they thought they were nicking our balls…

“The Hungarian FA gave us them for the warm up… they nicked their own.”

It isn’t just the kitman who is laughing at the Hungarian ultras, with players celebrating with the paper cups and bottles thrown at them.

Declan Rice was delighted to hit back at the racists after his celebration went viral, and has since spoken on the sh*thouse moment.

Taking to social media after the game, Rice posted a picture of the incident with the caption “silence the haters”, while Jack Grealish described the night as a “brilliant win in an unacceptable atmosphere”.

Rice took to social media following the victory

Prior to Euro 2020, Rice told reporters he had never had a beer, but certainly had no issue having a sip in solidarity with his teammates.

Luke Shaw suffered similar treatment when taking a corner, before Jack Grealish followed Rice’s lead in the aftermath of Harry Maguire’s strike.

In more dispapointing developments, there were widespread reports of racist chanting at both Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham.

ITV’s touchline reporter Gabriel Clarke said: “We’re behind the goal that England are attacking.

“I’m sad to report some monkey chanting from supporters in the ultras section directed first at Raheem Sterling and then Jude Bellingham when he was warming up in this corner of the ground.

“I’m not sure if the players heard any of that.

“The Hungarian FA have warned fans not to do this but it’s been audible and it’s been visible.”

UEFA sanctioned the Hungarian FA in July of this year following “discriminatory behaviour” during their group games at this summer’s tournament.

“I can only go on what you’re telling me and if that’s the case then it’s not acceptable,” Gareth Southgate explained on what happened inside the stadium.

“We weren’t conscious of it on the side. I don’t know if the players on the pitch were. But everyone knows what we’ve spoken about for two or three years.

“They know what we stand for as a team and we have to hope we can continue to eradicate racism not only in football but from life in general.

He added: “[FIFA] have taken this fixture really seriously, they’re taking accounts on everything.

“I’m not really across all of the process of that [whether the FA would make a complaint]. I’m sure [FIFA] will gather evidence from different sources.”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged FIFA “to take strong action against those responsible to ensure that this kind of disgraceful behaviour is eradicated from the game for good.”

On Friday, Johnson tweeted: “It is completely unacceptable that England players were racially abused in Hungary last night.”

Despite UEFA ordering Hungary to play three home games behind closed doors after fans’ discriminatory behaviour, supporters were allowed in on Thursday as the game came under FIFA’s jurisdiction.

The UEFA ban relates to racism as well as the other discriminatory conduct which took place during Euro 2020 in June.

While UEFA manage World Cup qualifiers involving European teams, FIFA is able to take action because it is their competition.

The game’s global governing body is yet to receive reports from match officials and delegates who were at the game, which was marred by a number of incidents, however the BBC say that FIFA are investigating the racial abuse.

SEE MORE: REVEALED: What racism was said to England players by Hungary fans

Fans reacted with the England kitman left ‘in stitches’ revealing the unseen Hungary Ultras moment…

@Nxn10: You’ve pinched your own balls, you’ve pinched your own baaaalls..

@JamesSalmWBA: Last time I did that I had to go hospital

@joshhustwick: This is quality 🤣🤣

@rushtonrich: Hahaha bloody love this Pat… You been taking shithousery lessons from Big Val and the boys ha 😂

@_MattThomas_: Sums up Hungarian fans 🤣🤦🏻‍♂️

@arroncarter15: This is class. Fuck em. Bunch of rats 😂

@jamesperry8723: Stupid racist bastards!!

@biff1983: This is brilliant!!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣 🦁🦁🦁

@ThorpeyNFFC: Should of changed shooting practice to aiming for the ultra’s heads instead of the goal, knock some sense into them

@CraggyRob: This is comedy gold Pat! Cracking win for the boys in what looked like a horrible environment… 🙌🏻 #jobdone

@BluesAnalytics_: Brilliant 😂 They didn’t strike me as the brightest bunch.

@redarmy32: Haha pack of knuckle draggers, not a brain cell in sight

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