A Europa League qualifying match was suspended for greater than 30 minutes after a Northern Irish referee was hit by an object thrown from the gang.
Hungarian side Honved mentioned the “scandalous” scenes through the match in opposition to Romanian outfit Universitatea Craiova ought to have seen it referred to as off.
A brawl broke out between gamers within the final minute of additional time and a smoke bomb was thrown from the stands.
Referee Arnold Hunter was struck by an object and wanted therapy.
An ambulance arrived on the pitch and the match didn’t restart for greater than half an hour.
The fourth official then took cost and when the sport resumed Craiova gained 3-1 on penalties to achieve the third qualifying spherical.
Honved mentioned in a press release that the delay passed off whereas referees, Uefa delegates and membership representatives mentioned whether or not it needs to be referred to as off.
“What was unacceptable to our membership was what occurred on the finish of the assembly to place the referee or our gamers in danger,” the assertion added.
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