Polish hooligans joined a far-right alliance with Hungarian Yobes to attack police in England’s World Cup clash.
Brazen fans were seen wearing traditional red and white Polish shirts and hoisting the country’s flag in the visitors’ square at Wembley.
FIFA, the FA and Scotland Yard have launched an immediate investigation into the worrying scenes that marred England in the opening ten minutes of England’s 1-1 qualifier draw with Hungary.
The ugly confrontation, in which police were thrashed with kicks and punches, raised fears about the Three Lions’ next home game against Albania.
It is believed that racist thugs from two Eastern European countries were allied to protest against the kneeling of players from England.
A former Polish felon, who would not be named, said: “Poles bought tickets en masse and if you look at the footage, you can see slogans related to Polish hooliganism on their backs.
“One was wearing a jacket representing Zaglebi Sosnowiec, the other a LKS ód jacket and the other was wearing a balaclava with the Polish flag on the front of his hoodie.
“I also saw a fighting anchor, a Polish resistance logo. This is what they do, both countries travel to Europe together for these games and cause notoriety. “
Polish fans later claimed on social media how they “joined forces with their Hungarian brothers to chase dogs out of their Wembley home”.
Another fan said: “There is a long-standing right-wing alliance between Hungarian and Polish fans.
“They are united by religion and they are completely opposed to any form of diversity.
“The same thing will happen again next month when Albania tour Wembley. I guarantee it. It will be a high-risk match.”
Questions were being asked yesterday as to why the weather police seemed overwhelmed so quickly and why they weren’t in full riot gear.
A former riot squad official explained: “Given the prestige of the Hungarians, I was surprised to see how lightly equipped and dressed the officers were on the field.”
Police were attacked after a Hungarian fan was arrested for racially abusing him.
Tory Party co-chair Oliver Dowden described the clashes as “deeply disturbing”, adding: There is clearly still an underlying problem with racism in football.
The Met came under fire after embarrassing scenes at the Euro 2020 final in July when without tickets England fans stormed the gates at Wembley.