UEFA has charged Hungary’s Ferencvaros after their fans threw missiles and shouted racist abuse in their UEFA Cup tie against Millwall.

A spokesman for UEFA confirmed it had opened a disciplinary case against Ferencvaros as a result of missile-throwing and racist abuse.

“I have serious concerns about a number of issues surrounding this tie, including the provocation our supporters were subjected to inside the ground,” Millwall chairman Theo Paphitis said afterwards.

“Missiles were being thrown at us, our players were subjected to racial abuse and there was a lack of security where it was needed.”

Two of the English club’s supporters remain in hospital after being stabbed in clashes before Millwall’s 3-1 first round second leg defeat.

Ferencvaros coach Laszlo Csaba told his club’s website: “(We) would like to obtain the names and addresses of the (injured) fans so that the club can send them presents.”

“The Hungarian team applauded the British supporters, just like they had done in London in their previous match,” he said.

Meanwhile, Czech side Banik Ostrava have also been charged after fighting in the stands and a lack of segregation during their 1-1 second leg draw Middlesbrough.