After a football match Czech Republic-Ukraine, the Czech police arrested eight Ukrainian fans who were trying to get on the field. It is reported Sportarena.
According to information, fans tried to get on the football field, and after a short clash with the police, pelted law enforcement officers with debris.
It is noted that for the Ukrainians tried to stand up trainer Andrey Shevchenko, but to no avail. The President of the FFU Andrew Pavelko went to the station to try to free fans.
It is emphasized that the match was attended by more than a thousand Ukrainian fans.
Recall that in the small town of uherské hradiště, the Ukraine national team played the first match of the League of Nations qualifier against the Czech Republic. Ukrainians played in a new form with the inscription “Glory to Ukraine”. President Petro Poroshenko said that the phrase on the form will be the symbol of victory. And it did, after all, the Ukrainians pulled out a clear victory with the score 1:2.