Legia Warsaw fans wreak havoc in Leicester


The Europa League meeting between Leicester and Legia Warsaw (3-1) was marked by violent outbursts in the stands, initiated by Polish fans who fought with the police.

Leicester signed an important victory against Legia Warsaw (3-1) on Thursday in the Europa League. This success was played out in a very tense atmosphere in the stands. The many Polish supporters who had taken place in the visitors’ parking lot tried to force the barrage that separated him from the rest of the stands in the second period.

Smoke and clashes with the police

Several dozen riot police were dispatched to the yard to prevent opposing fans from leaving their location. This gave rise to violent clashes between my two parties. The Legia supporters were finally kept in the game allocated to them. Before that, they had lit several smoke bombs, obstructing visibility on the ground.

Both clubs now face sanctions from UEFA. Leicester has already been fined 20,000 euros after overflows between supporters of the club and Naples (2-2) on September 16.

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On the pitch, the English claimed their first victory of the competition thanks to goals from Patson Daka, James Maddison and Wilfred Ndidi as Filip Mladenovic closed the gap. Peter Schmeichel rejected a penalty from Mahir Emreli. The Foxes are in the lead (8 points) with a head start over Spartak Moscow and Naples and two over Legia Warsaw. Everything will therefore be decided on the last day.

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