Hungary, Belgium and Portugal could face UEFA action after crowd disturbances in their Euro 2016 games on Saturday.
All three of Saturday’s games at Euro 2016 have resulted in UEFA opening disciplinary proceedings with the conduct of Hungary, Belgium and Portugal supporters being investigated.
A group of around 200 Hungary followers broke through flimsy segregation before their 1-1 draw with Iceland at the Stade Velodrome – charging from one end of the stadium to another and clashing with stewards.
Flares and firecrackers were also lit after Birkir Saeversson’s 88th-minute own-goal, which left Hungary top of Group F with one game to play.
UEFA will rule on a suitable punishment for Hungary on Tuesday.