Video: Euro ’16 Hungary & Romania POV Footage

Shocking video appears to have been taken at a bad-tempered Euro qualifier at Arena Națională in Bucharest – which was marred by violence on and off the field

A violent clash between rival football hooligans  has been captured by one using a chest-mounted GoPro camera.

The shocking point-of-view footage appears to have been taken a recent Euro 2016 qualifier between Hungary and Romania.

A horde of masked fans can be seen congregating in the top stand of Arena Națională in Bucharest.

Romania vs Hungary

Clash: Supporters of Romania taunt fans of Hungary before their Euro 2016 qualifying match
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A number of them then vault a fence to square off with security and opposing supporters – a section of fencing is also thrown in their direction.

There is then a flurry of violence as the camera operator yells and launches himself at another man. Flares can be heard and seen going off throughout the ground.

The Hungarian fans then flee as they are pursued by a large group of the opposition. A police man can then be seen using pepper spray.

Romania vs Hungary

Shock: Supporters of Hungary react before the game
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According to the YouTube footage, the cameraman is part of a group of 30 hooligans supporting Hungarian club Ferencvaros.

The game on October 11 was marred by violence on and off the field – with supporters clashing in the stands before, during and after the match.

Reports claimed Hungarian fans set fire to seats after disallowed goal and police sprayed tear gas to calm the crowds.

Scottish referee William Collum was gave out 12 yellow cards during the match which finished 1-1.

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