Euro 2020: Uefa launch second investigation into Hungary followers

Protestor with rainbow flag ahead of the Germany v Hungary game

The protestor was apprehended by match stewards
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Uefa is investigating “potentially discriminatory incidents” which took place during Germany’s 2-2 draw with Hungary at Euro 2020.

It is believed the incidents relate to an anti-LGBT banner that was brought into Wednesday’s game in Munich by Hungarian fans.

There were also reports of anti-LGBT chanting by some Hungarian supporters.

Last weekend, Uefa opened an investigation into similar incidents during Hungary’s other group matches.

Germany needed a late goal from Leon Goretzka to salvage a draw which knocked out Hungary and set up Tuesday’s meeting with England in the last 16.

The incidents came after Uefa refused a request from Munich’s mayor for the stadium to be lit in rainbow colours for…