Paris, France: UEFA began disciplinary record Sunday opposite Portugal, Hungary and Belgium for incidents in their Euro 2016 matches a prior day.
Portugal is charged with permitting a representation invasion, Hungary for permitting throng disturbances and other offences and Belgium for a fans environment off fireworks and throwing objects.
A fan ran on to a representation in Portugal’s 0-0 pull with Austria during a Parc des Princes in Paris on Saturday and acted for a selfie with Portuguese luminary Cristiano Ronaldo.
In Marseille, Hungarian fans clashed with stewards in a Stade Velodrome as they attempted to stand a blockade to join adult with another organisation of Hungarians before a 1-1 pull with Iceland.
Hungary is also indicted of permitting a fans to set off fireworks and throwing objects.
The punishment in that box will be announced on Tuesday.
Belgium also faces charges that a supporters threw fireworks and other objects during a 3-0 win opposite a Republic of Ireland in Bordeaux.
UEFA pronounced it was nonetheless to confirm a date for a disciplinary cabinet to accommodate on a cases of Belgium and Portugal.