HUNGARIAN Ultras thought they stole six of England's footballs during last night's hostile World Cup qualifier in Budapest.
But it turns out that the balls belonged to their OWN team.
England overcame disgraceful abuse to batter Hungary 4-0 in their own backyard.
And even the Three Lions' kitman was able to get the last laugh on abusive Hungarian Ultras.
England senior kitman Pat Frost wrote on Twitter after the match: "BTW….lost 6 balls in amongst the ultras and they were buzzing, they thought they were nicking our balls…..
"The Hungarian FA gave us them for the warm up….they nicked their own."
Things had gotten off to a predictably disgraceful start, as Hungarian yobs viciously booed England stars taking the knee.
Raheem Sterling had beer cups pelted at him after he opened the scoring.
And ITV's touchline reporter Gabriel Clarke alleged that racist monkey chants were aimed at Sterling and Jude Bellingham.
Clarke said: "We're behind the goal that England are attacking.
"I'm sad to report some monkey chanting from supporters in the ultras section directed first at Raheem Sterling and then Jude Bellingham when he was warming up in this corner of the ground.
"I'm not sure if the players heard any of that.
"The Hungarian FA have warned fans not to do this but it's been audible and it's been visible."
England captain Harry Kane said after the game that he didn't hear the racist chants but would talk to his players about them.
Skipper Kane said: “I didn’t hear that. I will talk to the boys and see if they heard any of it or not.
“Look, we will report it to Uefa as the rules permit and if it is the case then Uefa can come down strong.”
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