Germany beat the Czech Republic 2-1 in Prague on Friday night as they solidified their position at the top of Group C of the World Cup qualifiers.
Speaking ahead of Germany's game against Norway in Stuttgart on Monday night, head coach Joachim Low said he was 'full of rage' regarding the behaviour of a section of Germany supporters he labelled 'so-called fans'.
During Friday night's game at the Eden Arena, a number of German supporters disrupted a minute's silence for two deceased Czech officials with Nazi-era chants.
I am not so much upset or sad as I am full of rage, I think that describes my feelings better.
I am really very angry about what happened, that some so-called fans used the stage of an international football match to bring shame on our country with their extremely embarrassing appearance and behaviour. I think every one of those people who is prevented from getting into the stadium is a win.
Low said he was fully behind FIFA imposing tough sanctions because of the reprehensible behaviour.
I am absolutely on the side of those demanding tough sanctions, because a stadium should be somewhere you enjoy going, where everybody can go and where despite all the rivalry and all the chanting, everything proceeds at a certain level.
We don't want these anarchists, we are not their national team and the behaviour of some of the fans in Prague was the lowest of the low and deeply despicable.