7 November in the Hungarian capital was the match between the “ferencváros” and the Moscow CSKA. The game in Budapest was preceded by clashes between supporters of teams.
Eyewitnesses report a series of conflicts. First, the fans crossed into the subway, causing one of the stations had to close.
Before the game active fans of both clubs crossed specially, according to “Sport-Express”.
CSKA fans together with the fans of CSKA Sofia and the Serbian “partisan” together with the active fans of “Ferencvaros” and the Polish “Silesia”.
The fight seems to have been “150 for 150”. It is also reported that the CSKA was the supporters of the Polish “Bizeva”.
Subsequently, the Russian Embassy in Budapest in Twitter confirmed the information about the clashes and detained.
On November 7, the eve of the meetings of CSKA and “Budapest” in Budapest has clashed with the Russian fans with the local citizens. The number of Russian citizens was arrested by the Hungarian police, – stated in the message.
Russian media reported that at the entrance to the guest sector of the stadium Hungarian fans attacked the fans of CSKA. The attackers were a few dozen.
Many of the clothes were like Nazi symbols of Hungary early 40-ies.
Video of the clashes in Budapest
It is also known that fans at the match was accompanied by law enforcement officers.
The match between the teams ended in a draw 0:0. CSKA has not lost in the group stage of the Europa League season 2019/2020.
As you know, in the “Ferencvaros” are the three Ukrainian players: Ihor Kharatin, Daniel Ignatenko and Alexander Zubkov. The Hungarians coached by Ukrainian Sergei Rebrov.