Hungary's foreign minister has called out England's footballers over anthem jeering in London before the Euro 2020 final – while the country's FA has vowed to ban disruptive fans for two years but avoided mentioning racism claims.
In their first match since losing the Euro 2020 final, players from the England national football team were again racially abused – this time in Hungary. Yet attacking the hosts on the night and their fans is a bit rich.
England boss Gareth Southgate has revealed he received more abuse for a UK government video that urged youngsters to receive Covid-19 vaccinations than at any point during the Three Lions' recent run to the Euro 2020 final.
Denmark captain Simon Kjaer has been named as the recipient of the UEFA President's Award along with the Danish medical staff for helping to save Christian Eriksen's life after his dramatic on-pitch collapse during Euro 2020.
Twitter bosses have said that the United Kingdom was "by far" the biggest origin of "abhorrent racist abuse" on its platform when a trio of black players were targeted following England's Euro 2020 final defeat last month.
UK presenter Piers Morgan, who is one of the more vocal critics of prime minister Boris Johnson's Covid-19 measures, says he caught the virus during the chaos at Wembley during the Euro 2020 final between Italy and England.
Suzy Cortez, the 2019 Miss Bum Bum winner in Brazil, where Lionel Messi won the Copa America with Argentina earlier this month, has honored the occasion by showing off a freshly-inked anal tattoo on subscription site OnlyFans.