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Borrusia Monchengladbach Fans & an Employee in Police Custody after the Match against AS Roma

Borrusia Monchengladbach Fans & an Employee in Police Custody after the Match against AS Roma

Borrusia Monchengladbach fans were in trouble while exiting the Stadio Olymipic after their team’s Europa League match against AS Roma on Thursday.  An employee of the Bundesliga team and some fans were reported to be taken into police custody.

According to the club, the poloce acted in a very harsh manner with the fans. The Gladbach fans were reported to be detained after the final whistle for more than an hour in the block

Borussia Managing Director Stephan Schippers: “According to our findings and to our regret, the Italian police and the police have acted with excessive hardship for German conditions. Why this was so, we can only guess at the moment. “

 

 

One of the reasons for the outrage might have been the way in which the match ended. In the 93rd minute, when the home team were leading 1-0, a penalty was awarded to Monchengladbach against AS Roma defender Chris Smalling, which seemed ridiculous. The penalty was given when the ball seemed to hit the face of Smalling.

Monchengladbach, however, had the decency apologise immediately after converting the penalty.

After the match, Roma revealed on the club’s official Twitter handle that the match officials had admitted their mistake, saying: “The #ASRoma post-match management spoke to match officials, who admitted they had made a mistake in awarding the penalty. We respect them and thank them for being honest. Now head to the next game #ForzaRoma.”

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