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    The dream of an England football debut has been tarnished for Tyrone Mings

    The dream of an England football debut has been tarnished for Tyrone Mings


    His side's beaten Bulgaria 6-nil in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia, but the match was twice stopped in the first half due to racism in the stands.

    England captain Harry Kane paused the game to speak to referees for around five minutes - his Bulgarian counterpart Ivelin Popov spoke to fans at halftime.

    Mings says he had to take the initiative to stop the Nazi salutes and monkey chants.



    The Football Association says they'll be asking governing body UEFA to investigate.

    Ukraine, Serbia, Poland and Iceland were other winners, while France and Turkey drew 1-all.

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