Watch shock moment England rivals’ fans hurl TV from top-floor window after last-minute Euro 2024 disaster

A GROUP of Slovenia fans will miss seeing their Euro 2024 showdown with England.

That’s after they hurled their TV set from a top-floor window.

A group of Slovenia fans threw their TV from a top-floor window yesterdayFacebook

The supporters were left fuming as Slovenia conceded a last-gasp equaliser to SerbiaFacebook

GettyThe result means Serbia and Slovenia are both facing exits from the Euros[/caption]

The supporters reacted in fury after Serbia scored a 95th-minute equaliser against their side on Thursday.

Victory would have all but guaranteed the smallest nation at the Euros a place in the Round of 16.

But Luka Jovic’s last-ditch leveller means Slovenia must get a result against the Three Lions in Cologne next Tuesday in order to progress.

Film posted on social media shows a man throwing a flat-screen television from an upstairs window following the Serbian strike.

Raised male and female voices are heard cursing the equaliser before the fan’s reckless act.

The TV crashes to the ground by a basement door, shattering into pieces.

The Facebook film, captioned: “Jebes 95 minuto” – In the F****** 95th Minute – has since gone viral in Slovenia.

Defender Zan Karnicnik had put the central European side on the brink of only their second-ever win at a major tournament.


Matjaz Kek’s men previously drew 1-1 with Denmark thanks to a late equaliser from fullback Erik Janza.

But Slovenia could fancy their chances against England.

Jack Wilshere: Southgate must be brave with Rice

By Jack Wilshere

GARETH SOUTHGATE should be brave and play Declan Rice as our sole holding midfielder.

But if England manager Southgate doesn’t want to do that — and he probably doesn’t ­— then he needs to give Rice the chance to play more like he does for Arsenal.

Let’s be absolutely clear here. Rice was so important for us again during that first half against Denmark.

The fact that he had a difficult second 45 minutes showed how much England were struggling.

Rice himself would hold his hands up and say he gave away the ball too often.

But what I took overall from his performance is that he needs more help in the engine room.

Read here how Jack Wilshere would resolve the Declan Rice dilemma.

The Three Lions were poor in their opening win against Serbia.

And they looked even worse in yesterday’s draw with Denmark.

Slovenia boast several talents including Premier League target and RB Leipzig striker Benjamin Sesko.

And they are likely to go all-out against England’s deep defence with victory needed at any cost.


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