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A late goal by Connor Wickham sparked chaos, with Stuart Pearce confirming after the game on Tuesday night that he had reported racist incidents to the Uefa officials

Paul Ince has called for Serbia to be banned from international tournaments for the foreseeable future after trouble erupted between in an Under-21 qualifier against England on Tuesday night.

The Three Lions scored late on through Connor Wickham and secured a 2-0 aggregate win after a 1-0 victory at Carrow Road last week, but just before full-time and continuing afterwards, the England players were subjected to intense abuse.
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Serbian players confronted their opponents, with one altercation resulting in a red card for Danny Rose and coach Steve Wigley being attacked in another, while missiles and alleged racist abuse hailed down from the stands.

Talking to ESPN, Ince was adamant regarding a potential punishment: "If it was [up to] me, they would be kicked out for the next five tournaments.

"It takes us back to the dark ages."

Ince's son Tom was also involved in the match and appeared to be on the wrong end of a punch, while Stuart Pearce also confirmed that racist incidents have been reported.

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