Shocking moment Hungarian thugs chase cops and force them back in Wembley riot

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It was the shocking moment Hungarian football thugs attacked police in Wembley on Tuesday.

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Police made six arrests – including one for visibility – in England’s World Cup qualifying draw due to crowd trouble.

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Police clash with Hungarian fans at Wembley during World Cup qualifier with Englandcredit: Rex
Police were forced back by Hungarian supporters at Wembley after a visiting fan was arrested for racist abuse

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Police were forced back by Hungarian supporters at Wembley after a visiting fan was arrested for racist abusecredit: twitter
Police had to use batons to gain control during World Cup qualifiers

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Police had to use batons to gain control during World Cup qualifierscredit: Rex
A clip of the gruesome scenes has now been shared

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A clip of the gruesome scenes has now been sharedcredit: Rex

Officers were attacked after rushing to care for a Hungarian accused of racially abusing a Hungarian.

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A video clip surfaced showing the goons being fired at the police and forced backwards before using batons in an attempt to gain control.

Riot police eventually quelled the situation and were forced to return to the bottom of the stand, where there were about 1,000 visiting fans.

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The fan who racially abused the steward was arrested – two more for assaulting the caller and assaulting an emergency worker.

Now the Metropolitan Police say three more arrests were made at Wembley – another for drunkenness and disorderly behavior and the last on suspicion of visibility.

FIFA will now await the match report, with the FA promising to provide all the information it has.

Meanwhile, Albania’s clash with Poland in Tirana was postponed after home fans pelted stones at Robert Lewandowski & Co.

The away team was celebrating as Karol Swederski gave them a priceless 1-0 lead in the 77th minute.

But the celebration turned sour as other things including bottles were thrown on the pitch.

Kamil Glick reacted furiously to the alarming actions of some home fans, while a shocked Lewandowski waved his hand in disgust.

Poland left the field after the shameful incident.

The match was then adjourned for about 20 minutes before play resumed with 13 minutes remaining on the clock.

World football’s governing body is currently analyzing reports from last night’s qualifier matches to determine the most appropriate course of action.

A FIFA statement said: “FIFA strongly condemns the incidents of England v Hungary and Albania v Poland and would like to state that it should reject any form of violence as well as any form of discrimination or abuse.” Its position in this is firm and firm.

“FIFA has a very clear zero-tolerance stance against this kind of disgusting behavior in football.”

Poland players were forced to duck for cover as they were beaten with missiles by Albanian fans

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Poland players were forced to duck for cover as they were beaten with missiles by Albanian fanscredit: AP
The fans started throwing things at the Polish side after the spectators scored

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The fans started throwing things at the Polish side after the spectators scoredcredit: Reuters
FIFA now investigating angry scenes at Wembley and Albania

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FIFA now investigating angry scenes at Wembley and Albaniacredit: twitter
Bad mood scenes halted England's 1-1 draw with Hungary

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Bad mood scenes halted England’s 1-1 draw with Hungarycredit: Rex

Gareth Southgate calls England ‘not fluid’ after 1-1 home draw against Hungary

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