Euro 2016: Hungary fined after crowd disturbances against Iceland
Uefa has fined Hungary 65,000 euros (£50,000) over the behaviour of their supporters at Euro 2016.
The Hungarian Football Federation was charged with crowd disturbances, setting off fireworks and throwing objects during the draw with Iceland.
Hungary top Group F and face Portugal on Wednesday in their final group game.
Croatia were previously fined 100,000 euros (£77,000) and Russia 150,000 euros (£115,000) after crowd trouble at the tournament in France.
Eight countries, a third of the teams, have now been charged by Uefa over crowd disturbances with Albania, Romania, Turkey, Belgium, and Portugal also facing disciplinary action.
Croatia's match against the Czech Republic on Friday was halted when flares were thrown onto the pitch.
In addition to the fine the Croatia Football Federation has also been banned from selling tickets to fans identified as "hooligans".
Russia were given a suspended disqualification after violent scenes during their opening match against England on 11 June.
They were eliminated from the tournament after losing 3-0 to Wales on Monday and finishing bottom of Group B.
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