UEFA Champions League. Dynamo Kiev – Bayern Munich game canceled. A fan ran onto the pitch

In the match of the fifth round of the Champions League group stage Dynamo Kiev took up Bayern Munich. The match was played out in difficult weather conditions, in freezing temperatures and falling snow. However, this did not prevent the Bavarians from achieving their goal and deportation of three points from Ukraine.

After less than a quarter of an hour of the duel, he hit the net Robert Lewandowski. The Pole showed off an amazing roll from the height of the penalty area, and by the way went down in history as the first player to score a second goal in nine Champions League games in a row.

Lewandowski scores again in the Champions League – see the goals!

At the end of the first half Bayern raised their lead due to efficiency Kingsley Coman. However, a moment earlier the arbitrator made a decision to failure to dictate a penalty kick for the hosts. Lucas Hernández stepped on Vitaly Bujalski’s foot, but the judge signaled that he had not found an offense. The repetitions show that this is a moot point and quite a controversy.

In the 70th minute, he scored a goal for Dynamo Denys Harmashbut eventually the Kiev team lost the match.

A lot has happened at the stadium in Kiev, and not only in terms of purely football. At one point the meeting had to be interrupted because … a half-naked fan came onto the field. Security guards entered the action and quickly pacified the intruder. However, this was not the end of the confusion.

According to the website abendzeitung-muenchen.de, other fans jumped to the bodyguards and the man they led out. The situation was so hot that the police had to intervene.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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