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Declan Rice’s first beer! English midfielder takes cup thrown at Raheem Sterling and drinks it

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Declan Rice’s first beer! The England midfielder is sending social media crazy as he picks up the cup thrown by Hungary fans at Raheem Sterling and drinks it – just months after insisting he’d never had a pint before

  • Declan Rice picked up and pretended to drink from a cup thrown by supporters
  • Hungarian fans pelted Raheem Sterling with trophies after he opened the scoring
  • Rice grabbed one of the cups and pretended to drink it in retaliation
  • The midfielder revealed he had never had a pint during Euro 2020
  • England defeated Hungary 4-0 in their World Cup qualifier in Budapest











Declan Rice had the perfect response for Hungarian fans who pelted Raheem Sterling with plastic cups on Thursday night.

Sterling opened the scoring in the 55th minute but had plastic cups thrown at him by home fans as he celebrated his goal.

As he ran to congratulate his teammate, Rice grabbed one of the cups and pretended to drink it before defiantly tossing it to the ground.

Declan Rice pretended to drink from one of the cups thrown at Raheem Sterling by Hungarian fans

Sterling opened the scoring in the 55th minute but got plastic cups thrown at him by home fans as he celebrated his goal

Sterling opened the scoring in the 55th minute but got plastic cups thrown at him by home fans as he celebrated his goal

Rice revealed in June that he had never had a pint, but promised to drink one if England win Euro 2020.

“You know what, to this day I’ve never had a beer and I’m 22,” Rice said ahead of this summer’s tournament.

‘That is the truth. Never had a pint. Don’t drink it.

‘Not really [a drinker]. But a pint? New.

“I know it’s off topic, but I’ve never had a beer before. People are surprised. I just don’t like the smell of it, so I’ve never been near it.’

The 22-year-old revealed before the European Championship that he had never had a pint of beer

The 22-year-old revealed before the European Championship that he had never had a pint of beer

Rice scored England’s fourth goal after Harry Kane and Harry Maguire increased the deficit earlier in the match.

The midfielder’s shot was palmed into his own net by Hungarian goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi.

Sterling was pelted with cups after paying tribute to his friend Steffie Gregg, who died a few days ago at the age of 26.

The midfielder scored England's fourth goal after Harry Kane and Harry Maguire increased the score.

The midfielder scored England’s fourth goal after Harry Kane and Harry Maguire increased the score.

The attacker took off his shirt and revealed a message that read, “I love you forever, Steffie Gregg.”

Sterling and Jude Bellingham also fell victim to racial slurs, with Hungarian fans directing monkey chants to the pair.

Home fans had also booed the England players for taking the knee before kick-off.

The match had been ‘red-listed’ by FIFA due to a high risk of racial and homophobic abuse following behavior by Hungarian supporters during their Euro 2020 campaign this summer, which saw the team receive a three-match stadium ban from UEFA after incidents against France and Portugal.

Sterling was pelted with cups after paying tribute to his friend Steffie Gregg, who died a few days ago at the age of 26.

Sterling was pelted with cups after paying tribute to his friend Steffie Gregg, who died a few days ago at the age of 26.

The ban’s third match will be suspended for a two-year trial period, with Hungary also being ordered to display a banner promoting equality in future matches.

In addition, the Hungarian Football Association was fined £85,500 for the number of violations committed by fans.

However, Hungary was able to play against the Three Lions in front of 67,000 spectators at the Ferenc Puskas Stadium in Budapest as they played in a FIFA competition.

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