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Before a rainout affected England's senior team in Poland, the Under-21 side were involved in controversy in Serbia.
Following the incident, England U-21 international Danny Rose called for Serbia to be banned for racism (via BBC Sport).
England won the match 1-0 and qualified for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. After the match, fans raced onto the pitch, where numerous tussles erupted.
Rose, 22, said he heard monkey chants throughout the game. He was sent off after the final whistle for kicking away a ball.
After 60 minutes my mind wasn't really on the game. I was just so angry and it was so hard to concentrate.
Then we scored and after 90 minutes' worth of abuse, I expressed my emotions as soon as we scored.
Next thing I know, all the Serbia players were surrounding me, pushing me. I remember getting slapped twice. I got ushered away and that's when I kicked the ball—and then the referee sent me off.
I don't understand–the game had finished. And then there was more monkey chanting. They should be banned.
The Football Association reported an unspecified number of incidents to UEFA. British Prime Minister David Cameron called for "tough sanctions" on Serbia.