The UEFA has accused England of various disturbances during the dispute of the match against Denmarksuch as targeting players with a laser pointer, blasting the Danish national anthem, and lighting flares during the match.
The events occurred during the England-Denmark dispute that ended with a 2-1 victory for the English at a Wembley where more than 63,000 spectators gathered for the semifinals of the European Championship.
UEFA accuses the English that fans used a laser pointer at certain points in the match, such as during Harry Kane’s penalty shoot-out, the use of flares and fireworks, and disturbances during the Danish national anthem, such as the whistles. .
The case will be dealt with by UEFA’s control, ethics and discipline body shortly.