The Europa League game with Milik stopped. The fans made themselves known again. A quarrel between soccer players Football

The situation was already tense before the game. On the occasion of the first meeting of both teams at the end of September, there were fights between the hooligans of both teams. 22 French police officers were injured in the riots. During the match itself, Galatasaray fans fired pyrotechnics, which they then threw onto the pitch. The meeting was interrupted for several minutes.

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The match in the Europa League is interrupted. Olympique thrown at items again

Unfortunately, the rematch was also not without incidents. The Galatasaray supporters tried to prevent the Marseille players from taking a corner kick and started throwing objects at the visitors’ players. The match was interrupted for a few minutes, and there was even a brawl between the players. The Galatasaray players approached the stands and shouted to the fans to stop throwing objects onto the pitch. The game resumed after a short break.

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“Marseille players look mentally tired,” wrote one of the observers on Twitter. No wonder, because the Marseilles team has already had a lot of bad experiences when it comes to throwing things at them. As recently as a few days ago, Dimitri Payet suffered. The Frenchman was preparing to take a corner against Olympique Lyonnais and was suddenly hit by a plastic bottle filled with water. It hit him near the ear. This happened in the second minute of the match and it has not been restarted.

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The match between Galatasaray and Olympique Marseille ended with the hosts winning 4: 2. Arkadiusz Milik appeared in the first line-up of the visiting team, making both goals for his team.

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