CSKA Sofia and Lokomotiv Plovdiv are ordered to play two matches behind closed doors after Bulgarian league clash is marred by crowd violence



Bulgarian clubs CSKA Sofia and Lokomotiv Plovdiv have both been ordered to play two matches behind closed doors after crowd trouble at their league match on Sunday, the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) said on Monday.
Fighting between rival fans forced the referee to halt Sunday's match in Plovdiv for nearly 20 minutes. CSKA, who are second in the Bulgarian league table, won the game 1-0.
Players tried to step in to prevent the violence but were ignored when pleading with their fans as belts, bottles and flares were all used as weapons.  
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27 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail
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