England boss Gareth Southgate said he’d report Montenegro into Uefa following some of his players believed they were abused by home fans.
Callum Hudson-Odoi and Raheem Sterling said they had become the victims of racist chants throughout the game from Podgorica, which England won 5-1.
“I definitely heard misuse of Danny Rose when he got reserved by the conclusion – it’s not okay,” said Southgate.
“There is little doubt in my own mind that happened and we’ll examine it to Uefa.”
Eighteen-year-old Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi, who was building his first international start, told BeIn Sports:”I don’t think discrimination should really be anywhere – we are equal.
“whenever you’re hearing stuff like that from the fans, it isn’t right and it’s unacceptable. Hopefully Uefa deal with it correctly. After me and Rosey moved around, these were saying,’ooh aa aa’ fighter stuff and we just have to maintain our minds and maintain a strong mentality.
“Hopefully Rosey is OK too. We will discuss it and have a chat. He has a powerful mentality and really is really a sturdy guy so everything is going to be useful. Hopefully Uefa deal with it.
“It’s isn’t right at all – I was playing the game too. We just have to take the win and then move back home.”