UEFA sanctions Chelsea for field invasion in Malmö

The English club must pay thirteen thousand euros, while the Malmö fine amounts to sixty thousand. It will also penalize Dinamo Zagreb and Kiev.


The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee will penalize Chelsea with a fine of thirteen thousand euros for the incidents that occurred in their match against Malmö on 14 February, corresponding to the first qualifying round of the Europa League. For its part, the Swedish club must pay fifty-eight thousand euros for the invasion of field and throwing objects of fans present in Swedbank Stadion.

Two games behind closed doors for Dinamo Zagreb and partial closure in Kiev

No has been the only sanction issued today by the UEFA disciplinary body. The Dinamo of Zagreb, already eliminated from the Europa League, will have to play his next two games of European competition behind closed doors due to the incidents that occurred in his victory for the minimum against Benfica in the first leg of the round of 16; however, according to the Committee, the second match of sanction is suspended for a trial period of two years. In addition, must pay 20,000 euros for racist behavior of its fans and another 47,000 for charges such as lighting flares and throwing objects .

Likewise, UEFA has imposed the partial closure of Lobanovskyi Dynamo, home of Dynamo Kyiv, for the next continental match, as well as the display of a banner with the slogan '# EqualGame' for related incidents



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