European Champions League matches postponed after soccer fan clashes, stabbing deaths

Armed clashes between AEK Athens and Dinamo Zagreb fans
One Greek soccer fan killed Champions League matches postponed

Armed clashes between European soccer fans have resulted in stabbings and deaths, forcing the postponement of a UEFA Champions League qualifier.

According to European media, the first leg of the third qualifying round of the Champions League between AEK Athens and Dinamo Zagreb in Athens, Greece, 토토 on Sept. 9 (EDT) has been postponed.

On Aug. 8, hundreds of Greek and Croatian fans clashed outside the stadium after Zagreb players left the field after training in Athens. The two sides fought with bats, stones, fireworks, and even knives were reportedly involved.

Eight people were seriously injured in the clashes. A 29-year-old man, an AEK Athens fan, was reportedly stabbed to death. 안전놀이터 Around 80-90 people were arrested by Greek police at the scene.

The Athens-Zagreb game, which was scheduled to take place on September 9, has been postponed. The postponed match is expected to be played on the 18th or 19th, after the second leg in Zagreb on the 15th.

“Our deepest sympathies go out to the families of the victims,” 스포츠토토 UEFA said in a statement. “Violence has no place in football and the perpetrators must be arrested at the earliest opportunity and brought to justice.”

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