UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Eintracht and Marseille – World Football

UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Eintracht and Marseille – World Football
UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Eintracht and Marseille – World Football

UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Eintracht Frankfurt and Olympique Marseille after Tuesday’s Champions League match was marred by crowd trouble.

Eintracht claimed their first Champions League win at the Stade Velodrome, but the 1-0 success was overshadowed by events off the pitch, with footage even emerging on social media showing the two sets of fans throwing excesses at each other. An Eintracht supporter even took the liberty of doing a Nazi salute in the stadium.

Marseille have been charged with throwing various objects, illegal use of torches, use of laser lights, disorderly conduct and blocking the entrances to the Stade Velodrome.

“UEFA’s disciplinary bodies will make a decision on the matter in due course,” the European football headquarters said in a statement.

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