THIS is the shocking moment Hungarian football thugs attacked cops at Wembley on Tuesday.
Police made six arrests as crowd trouble marred England’s World Cup qualifying draw – including one for voyeurism.
Police were forced back by Hungarian supporters at Wembley after arresting a visiting fan for racist abuse[/caption]
Police had to use batons to regain control during the World Cup qualifier[/caption]
Officers were attacked after going into the crowd to take care of a Hungarian accused of racially abusing a steward.
A video clip emerged showing hooligans waded in on the police and forcing cops backwards before having to use batons in an attempt to regain control.
Riot police eventually calmed the situation having been forced back under the stands, where around 1,000 visiting fans were in place.
The fan who racially abused the steward was arrested – with two more collared for affray and attacking an emergency worker.
Now the Metropolitan Police say a further three arrests were made at Wembley – one more for affray, another for drunk and disorderly and the last on suspicion of voyeurism.
Fifa will now wait on reports from the match, with the FA promising to pass on all information they have.
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Meanwhile Albania’s clash with Poland in Tirana was suspended after home fans pelted Robert Lewandowski and Co with bottles.
The away side were celebrating as Karol Swidersky gave them a priceless 77th minute 1-0 lead.
But celebrations were soured as objects including bottles were hurled onto the pitch.
Kamil Glik reacted furiously to the dangerous actions of some home fans, while a bemused Lewandowski waved his hands in disgust.
Poland left the field following the disgraceful incident.
The match was then suspended for around 20 minutes, before play finally resumed with 13 minutes left on the clock.
World football’s governing body is currently analysing reports of last night’s qualifier matches in order to determine the most appropriate action.
A statement from Fifa said: “Fifa strongly condemns the incidents at England v. Hungary and Albania v. Poland and would like to state that its position remains firm and resolute in rejecting any form of violence as well as any form of discrimination or abuse.
“Fifa has a very clear zero-tolerance stance against such abhorrent behaviour in football.”
Fifa are now investigating the angry scenes[/caption]
The bad-tempered scenes marred England’s 1-1 draw with Hungary[/caption]