England’s Euro 2020 qualifier was temporarily halted to deal with racism after Raheem Sterling was booed when he was on the ball.
UEFA’s anti-racism protocol took place in the 28th minute of the match, with a stadium announcement condemning racist abuse.
It also stated the referee would stall or abandon the match should it continue.
Harry Kane, England captain, was then shown talking to the referring Ivan Bebek, while manager Gareth Southgate spoke to a number of players as the announcement was made.
The interruption didn’t bother England for too long, as they then stretched their 2-0 lead to 3-0.