“This statement is our official and only position as of today and we ask for your understanding. As soon as we know more and are able to share with you, we will certainly provide additional information. (…) Our entire team, the club – many, for the first time in many years, in the European Cups It has been working for weeks to allow fans to watch Lechia’s victory from the stands. Unfortunately, instead of enjoying the game together with Lechia’s fans, we found it unacceptable. We know that the services have already taken action and ensured surveillance, and the main culprits have been identified and detained” – Lechia said in a press release.
“The referee and the representative decided to resume the game. We do not know what consequences this situation will have on the club. We are very sorry that a group of hooligans tried to destroy 15,000 people in the stands for this game. Such behavior is not and never will be at Gdańsk Stadium!” – We read in the report.
The match between Lechia Gdansk and Macedonian Pandeev Academy in the first round of the Conference League qualifiers was interrupted in the eighth minute by a riot in the arena. Dozens of people armed with equipment, incl. Baseball bats began hitting the remaining fans, who were the most ardent fans in the stands.
Eventually the match resumed and Lechia defeated Pandev Academy 4:1. Flavio Paixao notched his hat-trick.
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