Bulgaria may perhaps must play their Euro 2020 qualifier in opposition to England in the support of closed doorways after Uefa launched an investigation into alleged racist behaviour by their followers in the game in opposition to Kosovo.
The hosts lost Monday’s Neighborhood A match, in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, 3-2.
Uefa will hear the case on Thursday, 18 July, with a partial or paunchy stadium closure among imaginable sanctions.
Neighborhood leaders England face bottom-positioned Bulgaria in Sofia on 14 October.
European soccer’s governing physique may be investigating Latvia for alleged racist behaviour by followers of their Neighborhood G home defeat by Israel.
Montenegro bear been ordered to play a home match in the support of closed doorways following the racist abuse of England avid gamers by supporters in March.